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Everything You Wanted To Know About Fusing

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  • Instructions and advice for beginners to fused glass
  • Variety of topics covered, including setting up your studio
  • Black and white photography


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Everything You Wanted to Know About Fusing...But Had No One To Ask
Perfect for beginners, this book provides everything you need to get started and beyond. Includes information on what tools to use and when, do's and dont's of setting up your studio, how to work with ceramic and stainless steel molds, tons of black-and-white photos, and much more!

Project below by artist and author Susan Kutno.

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  •   Literally just about everything you wanted to know
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Pros : This book covers so much! As a beginner this was awesome! It covers all of the tools you can use to set up your studio. So much great information in here. I love that it has firing schedules for different brands of glass and projects and that it can stand up on your table while you're working!
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Other Thoughts : Would definitely recommend this to everyone wanting to get into fusing!!
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Pros : Easy to read and stands up on its own. Have been fusing for about 6 months and really learned lots from the book.
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Other Thoughts : Best book on fusing I've seen.
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