Preparing for Fused Glass Dichroic Jewelry Class at Festivitea

On February 3rd I am teaching a Fused Glass Dichroic Jewelry Class at Festivitea. Sign-up for this class through Festivitea. I taught a Fused Glass Ornament Class at Festivitea in December and had a wonderful time. In preparation for the dichroic jewelry class, I made several samples using iridized, black dichroic, clear glass, and other accessories. Here are just a few samples. NOTE: I didn’t glue the bails on for these pictures, the pendants are just sitting on the bails.

Here are some more sample pendants. Most of these are full fused. Yes, I went a bit crazy, but I wanted to show you the possibilities are endless.

In the class you’ll be able to make two fused glass dichroic pendants, or one pendant & one pair of earrings. Here are some sample fused glass dichroic earrings, they can be made into dangle or post earrings.

I cut tons of backgrounds, dichroic glass, I made lots of dots and what I call chips of glass. Students will have so many choices of dichroic glass to use in their pieces. The students who take this class are going to have such fun.

Here is the event on Festivitea, I hope to see y’all there.

If you would like to see more of my fused glass work, please refer to my website Elegant Fused Glass by Karen. If you get a chance, check out my site and my Elegant Fused Glass by Karen YouTube. If you would like to stay abreast of what I’m up-to and learn a little more about jewelry, check out our newsletter. It is published the last day of each month.

Keeping my kilns warm,



  1. Donna Bridges says:

    Karen, the website says sold out, with 4 people. If you have a drop, I would love to do your pennant class at Festivtea on Feb. 3rd.

    • Donna, let me check with Margo. There is actually 10 people in the class already and I like small classes so I can give attention to everyone. I also think she is going to have me teach another class soon, so I’ll check on that too. I hope it will work out so you can get in, it’s such a fun class.


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