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Red Brick glass by Wendy Jeavons  - fused glass kits, gifts and workshops

Welcome to Red Brick Glass

From my home studio in Lulworth on the Dorset coast I make fused glass gifts, sell make at home fused glass kits and run fused glass making workshops.

I have a lovely new range of make at home glass kits for adults, which contain everything you need to make your own unique fused glass creations. If you love trying new crafts from home you will love these fused glass kits. Making the kits is a lovely way to relax and have some creative fun. The crafts kits make lovely gifts for creative friends and family and they can be sent direct, in pretty packaging with a personalised gift note.

My fused glass making workshops, from my home studio in Lulworth, Dorset are starting again from May. Please do contact me to book your place on a workshop or to a buy gift voucher. I can’t wait to welcome you back for a few hours of fun fused glass making.

I'm also working on a new range of fused glass gifts and jewellery and will share them with you very soon, so do pop back. 

Happy Making

Wendy X


Fused glass workshops

Book now for 2021 workshops 

Wendy's fused glass making classes and workshops are fun and relaxed, no glass making experience is needed. You will choose from a variety of fused glass making materials and techniques to create your own glass designs to make decorations, bunting, flowers or tea light holders.

Wendy's studio is walking distance from the stunning Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door so you can combine the workshop with lunch out and a coastal walk.


I would highly recommend Wendy’s classes. Wendy is informative, helpful and clearly passionate about what she does. So if you’re looking to do a new craft book a class now.

Lisa, a glass workshop happy customer


Fused glass kits

Blue bird glass kit

Make at home fused glass kit blue birds

Love heart glass kit

Make at home fused glass kit heart

Daisy glass kit

Make at home fused glass kit Daisy

Forget-me-not glass kit

Make at home fused glass kit

Easter egg glass kit

Make at home fused glass kit Easter eggs

Robin glass kit

Make at home fused glass kit Robins

It was a really relaxing craft. Thank you for the clear instructions, lovely materials so beautifully presented and inspiration with the photo and your online materials. I loved it and can’t wait to see them finished. 

Sarah, a make at home kit happy customer



Meet Wendy

Hi, I am Wendy and I've run Red Brick Glass for over 20 years since studying glass at art college in Edinburgh. I received a start up grant in 2000 from the Craft Council and the rest is history. I live and work from my pretty grade 2 listed barn conversion in the village of West Lulworth on the gorgeous Dorset coast. I adore glass as a material, it's just magical. I'm so grateful that I enjoy my work and love sharing my knowledge of fused glass through my make at home glass kits and workshops. Here's a few things that make me smile: Sparkles on the sea, star gazing, searching for sea glass, family car singing, snow, blossom, sea swimming, pink sunsets, my bell tent, beach pinnics, all things Christmas, country walks, my woodburner, fresh bed sheets, frosty mornings, my pink Roberts radio, a to do list, coffee in my fave beach cafe, fairy lights and flip flops (not in the glass studio!).

Wendy x

Red Brick glass by Wendy Jeavons  - fused glass kits, gifts and workshops

What is fused glass?

Fused glass or kiln-formed glass is a glass making technique where two or more glass elements are fused together in a kiln. The glass comes as sheets (which are cut by hand), crushed glass, thin flakes rods and powders all in lots of gorgeous colours. The glass is fired between 1000–1700°f (538–927°c), at a lower temperature the glass will lightly stick together, keeping its shape (tack fusing) or at a higher temperature the glass will start to move, distort and melt together (full fusing). The glass can also be bent over a plaster mould to take on the form of the shape like a bowl (known as slumping) or cast in a mould so the glass becomes completely fluid. Additional kiln formed techniques include embossing, screen – printing and painting.