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Fusing Inclusions

Fusing Inclusions
Fusing materials, like leaves or metal objects, between glass layers can give very beautiful and unusual affects. Learn how to add your own "inclusions" in your Fuseworks projects. Download the instructional guide below.

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Elizabeth Burns
Saturday, June 22, 2013
@Patricia N. You can use fiber paper (item 92811) or fiber rope (item 92801) to create a channel for fusing. You place it between two pieces of glass. When you fuse the fiber paper or rope will keep the pieces apart in that spot. We also sell fusible bails made of glass. They are item number 24694 for 90 COE and x24694 for 96 COE. Again you put fiber paper or fiber rope in the whole to keep it open when fusing.
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Patricia N.
Sunday, June 9, 2013
How can I fuse a "channel" in glass to be able to string it for jewelry? Can it be done in a microwave kiln? Thanks :-)
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Wednesday, April 11, 2012
The videos are very helpful. Thanks
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