INNER DEPTH - A Glass Quilling Tutorial by Stephanie Gough sra fhfteam leteam lampwork tutorial


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This is my first ever tutorial and I hope you have fun with it.

In this e-book, I will show you how to make my signature style Inner Depth beads. Using step by step written instructions and photographs.

It is aimed at those with intermediate and beyond lampworking skills.

This tutorial is also HOT HEAD FRIENDLY - the green bead in the last photo was made using my hot head!

As an ADDED BONUS, I have added a MINI-TUTORIAL WITHIN THE TUTORIAL showing you my method of how I achieve neatly encased bead holes when I am encasing my beads with little to no bleeding of the glass underneath.

BEADS SHOWN IN THE PHOTOS ARE NOT INCLUDED! This listing is for the instructions only.

Supplies: the glass I used to make the beads in the tutorial:

Reichenbach Deep Black
Vetrofond Dark Sky Blue
Double Helix Zephyr or other clear

Usual bead making tools - tweezers, needle nose pliers, rake/pick, marver etc
Round Bead roller with multiple sizes (the beads are made using 14mm and 16mm cavities).

Format and delivery:

The tutorial is a PDF file (Size: 2.4MB) and is 20 pages long and contains approximately 70 photographs. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this file (it is readily available on the internet free of charge).

It is written in English only.

On receipt of payment, you will be able to instantly download this tutorial. If you have any problems with the download, contact me and I will email the e-book to you within 24 hours (most likely much sooner, but as I am in Australia, please allow for time differences). Please ensure you state the email address to where the tutorial will be sent in the comments section of the order.

As with all e-books/tutorials refunds cannot be given.

SAFETY NOTE: All beads are choking hazards and should be kept away from babies and small children. My beads are made with glass and should be given the same care as you would give any glass object.

SRA No. G-89
SRA-ANZ No. 167

Average review
Very well done and easy to understand, thank you!!
Jan 5, 2017 by Rona Horn
Beautifully explained
Jul 19, 2016 by Jo Ann Lawrence
Great tutorial, now I have to practice to get them as beautiful as yours ;-)
Jul 8, 2016 by Emmy
Dec 31, 2015 by Maria Kirillova
Well-done and clear, and has some nice refining touches that will be helpful. Thanks!
Dec 29, 2015 by Laura H

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