Passing The Flame - 3rd Edition

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Item# 6532
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  • Book goes over all the information you need to get started – setting up your studio, getting to know glass and so much more!
  • Features hundreds of colorful photographs and detailed step-by-step instructions
  • Hardcover with over 200 color pages

Product Description

"The most important book on lampwork bead making of our time."
- Paula S. Morgan, Beadwork Sept 2003

This revised edition is a fantastically detailed instruction book by Corina Tettinger that will inspire you, then help you achieve even the most advanced beads! Aspiring beginners, experienced lampworkers, and lovers of glass art alike are sure to be inspired by the depth of information, the vibrant demonstrations and the design possibilities presented by Corina.

Using this comprehensive volume, which features hundreds of colorful photographs and detailed step-by-step instructions (see additional images), you will feel as if you have an expert private tutor beside you, guiding your hands and eyes through the design and creation of beautiful glass beads.

Topics Include:
Setting up your studio
Getting to know your glass
The basic round bead, cubes, bicones & other shapes
Stringer decoration and much more!

Hardcover with over 200 color pages.

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Pros : It brings very useful information when you want to work with the flame
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Other Thoughts : Must Have for any bead maker!
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Pros : This book is just as good (or better) as taking a class. Step-by-step instructions for all the basic bead-making skills are clear and easy to read with great photos. This book is truly the best book available about lampworking.
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