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Old 12-02-09, 01:41 PM
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im in West Virginia and i cant find anywhere to learn somrthing about glass!!! anyone close to me please help
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youtube helps. you can learn almost anything on there.
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im in West Virginia and i cant find anywhere to learn somrthing about glass!!! anyone close to me please help
Hi,

It would help if you can tell us a little more about what you are looking for, ok?

Till then here is a place to start ...

Beginner’s Guide to Setting Up A Basic Beadmaking Studio - by Ania Kyte – I have been using a very basic set-up to create my beads: a Hot Head torch, a tank of propane gas, a kiln and beautiful glass rods. Over time, I have continued to promote this set-up for all of my beginner students. I firmly believe that basic tools, lots of practice and good techniques are enough to start creating beautiful beads. I receive many requests for information about getting started with beadmaking and I thought it would be a great idea to pull it all together into a comprehensive outline of the supplies, equipment and tools required to set up a basic beginner beadmaking studio ...
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Take a trip here to Eugene! Check out Eugeneglassschool.org a great place to learn
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im taking a marble class in Eugene in may. its gonna be sweet
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EGS glass

Who is the instructor?
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its John Kobuki
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Im totally self taught since I live up in the mountains of Idaho - far away from civilization. I read lots of books - Cindy Jenkins was my fav - and U-Tube became my best friend. Plus you just got to jump in an do it! But follow directions on torch set ups....you dont want to blow yourself up
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