Add a touch of glass to your life with Royston workshops
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A Royston crafter is getting set to hold a host of glass fusing workshops at the end of January.
Glass artist Tracy Stressing, who has previously raised enough money to fund a Macmillan Cancer Support nurse by selling her fused glass items, will hold the craft workshops at Glazed Creations in Baldock Street.
She said: “I am a local crafter and I have used my craft during Royston Arts Festival, which I had more than 75 people attend.”
The Make and Create workshops will be held on the following dates: Glass Fusing For Beginners on Friday, January 15; Glass Fusing with Dichroics on Friday, January 22; Glass Fusing with Inclusions on Friday, January 29, and Glass Fusing with Decals on Friday, February 5.
The classes will be held between 7pm and 9.30pm and prices are £95 for a four-week course and £28 per single course.
You can get in touch with Tracy, who also runs children’s jewellery making parties, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how to book a class.
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