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COE 90 is winning out

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New Torch, New World!

So at the Vegas expo, I was able to try out two different torches. Both torches use both Oxygen and Propane from cylinders. They were both so much better than the hothead… no more ‘dirty’ glass! Glass starting to discolor? Add … Continue Reading →

Vegas, here I come!

My first class with a professional lampworker was at the 2011 Las Vegas Glass and Bead Expo. What a blast!  It is a huge show with lots of teachers teaching and exhibitors exhibiting. There’s an auction, prizes, demonstrations, freebies, and lots of… Continue Reading →

How it all started… with a hothead

There were no upcoming lampwork classes available in Victoria, BC when I wanted to learn. So I bought a hothead torch, some rods of glass, and set up on a folding table in my backyard. My first beads were fantabulously wonky… Continue Reading →

Hello world!

Welcome to the Fantabulous Glasswork (FG) blog page, authored by Rosa! The budding idea of FG all started in October of 2010 when I was looking for jewelry to match my wedding dress. While looking through magazines, I came across a fantabulous necklace… Continue Reading →

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