Joy Of Fusing

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  • The Joy of Fusing provides every fundamental technique that beginning fusers need, while experienced artists will discover a few new tricks along the way
  • 27 projects are presented in full color photos with complete instruction and firing schedules demonstrating a range of techniques
  • 95 pages

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Discover the joy of fusing step-by-step from start to finish. The Joy of Fusing provides every fundamental technique that beginning fusers need, while experienced artists will discover a few new tricks along the way. 27 projects are presented in full color photos with complete instruction and firing schedules demonstrating a range of techniques. 95 pages.

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  •   My Favorite Fusing Book
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Pros : I just love this book. The projects they show are interesting and easy to do. I have gotten so many ideas from this book, it certainly got my creative juices flowing. So many ideas, so little time - lol!
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  •   Mandatory Reading
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Pros : This book is a must-have for every glass artist. I teach glass fusing, and this is the mandatory book for every beginner class. They offer great projects, and not just beginner projects ... and they have some of the most comprehensive firing schedules you will find anywhere!
Cons : A must have!
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Pros : Great book. I thought this book had a lot of detailed instructions, pictures and tips. Has a variety of projects and covers the different types of fusing technique and mold styles. I have a few other books, but this became my favorite just browsing through it. There are a variety of projects and I found myself thinking of new projects as I was reading. This book has firing schedules and a project template. I love this book.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : This would be a great addition to any library.
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