Free Fusing Project Guide - Caught in a Web!


Delphi artist and veteran class instructor Julie Hann shares with us her latest Halloween project.

This clever spider web bowl was created in the kiln using basic supplies and a bit of imagination. The free step-by-step project guide, first published in Fired Arts & Crafts Magazine, will show you how to make your own spooky spider web bowl. It also includes fusing schedules and a suggested supply list. Many of these products are available at Buy Supplies from Delphi now, or download the free project guide below.

Download Free Project Guide

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This project was reprinted with permission from Fired Arts and Crafts Magazine. For more great projects like these, subscribe to FAC!

julie h.  •  October 04, 2010
That's great PattiAnn!! I'm glad you found it useful
Patricia S.  •  October 02, 2010
I created the Web from your pattern and it is FANTASTIC!!!!!


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