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How to Make Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes

On-Demand Access

$137

  • 6+ Video lessons in HD
  • Exclusive bonus content
  • 30-day access to instructor
  • Over 6 hours of in-depth instructions
  • Lifetime access, anywhere, anytime
  • Available on desktop, mobile and tablet
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

What you will learn:

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Class 1:

  • About the instructor

  • Supplies needed

  • The basic construction of the project

  • How to put her mirror tube together

Class 2:

  • How the body tube fits together

  • Test fitting the mirror tube and body tube together

Class 3:

  • How to solder the body tube

  • Finishing the body tubes
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Class 4:

  • Two types of spinners
  • Drilling glass for clear octagon spinner
  • Foiling pieces for the octagon spinner

Class 5:

  • Tacking together the octagon spinner
  • Solder and clean the spinner
  • How to fill the spinner and close it

Class 6:

  • How to cut out a round flat spinner
  • How to foil and tack the two spinners
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Class 7:

  • How to fit brass into spinner

  • How to solder the brass tube onto spinner

Class 8:

  • The final assembly of the kaleidoscope

Class 9:

  • Finishing your kaleidoscope

BONUS CLASS:

  • How to build a t-square board
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About the course

Our unique techniques will guide you through every step of the process. Over the years we have developed methods that will help you to successfully complete even the challenging steps of creating a kaleidoscope. Cutting glass for the body of the K-scope will be a snap and assembling your mirror will avoid the fumbling mess that could result in less accomplished instruction. You will learn... Mirror Tube Construction-David has developed a much easier method for putting one together, Body Tube Construction, Eyepiece Lens Construction, Round Spinner type Filled Octagon Spinner ...and more!
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: How to Make Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Beginning / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Glass artists

Main objective:
Learn How to create your own stained glass kaleidoscope

Prerequisite:
None

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About the instructor

David and Jeanne Gomm

David and Jeanne Gomm are stained glass artists with 36 years of stained glass experience each and are the owners of Gomm Stained Glass Studios. Since their bohemian days of trying to tame the land in Missouri, stained glass has been a part of the story. David graduated from MSSU in Industrial Education and ran a video rental/stained glass studio in the Ozarks while holding down a day job to support their stained glass dreams. Jeanne raised their 7 children and was then able to hone her stained glass skills.

After a move to Utah, Jeanne became the project designer and glass instructor while David focused on computer patterns and video training. Together they have built over 1,000 windows and taught classes for 20 years. Stained glass has become their signature statement in providing beauty, creativity and meaning to homes and businesses.

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