Out of an abundance of caution regarding the COVID-19 epidemic, the Dallas Makerspace closed on March 18 2020 and will remain closed until further notice.

When Sat Oct 12 10am — 3pm
Where GlassWorks
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What Make your own stained glass sun catcher!
Host Jennifer Goss


  • Cost: Paid through Eventbrite
  • Eventbrite Registration: Complete required third party registration
  • Considerations: This event's required fee is not processed through the DMS payment system and is completed through the host's Eventbrite account. Due to this, the host is responsible for any refunds that may be needed for this event.

Cancellations for this event must be made before October 12, 2019 — 10:00am.

Registration for the event is closed.

About this Event

Ever want to learn how to make gorgeous stained glass windows?

Come to class and learn how to make your very own stained glass sun catcher from an experienced stained glass artist who has been doing this for over 20 years.

For only $50 you'll learn all the skills you need to master in order to make beautiful stained glass windows. $20 of each ticket sold will go to the GlassWorks Committee for supplies and equipment maintenance.

*** Sign up now *** Space is limited ***

This class is broken into 2 sessions with a lunch break in between:

In the morning session you will learn how to:
-- identify the types of glass
-- choose a pattern or make your own
-- apply a pattern to the glass
-- cut and grind glass so that the pieces fit together nicely

In the afternoon session you will learn how to:
-- apply copper foil to the edges of your glass
-- solder the pieces together
-- add jump rings so that you can hang your suncatcher when you get it home
-- how to clean and polish the piece so that it sparkles in the light

Payments can be made by credit card on the eventbrite site, or in cash at the beginning of class.

Special Considerations and Warnings

You will be handling cut glass, please wear close toed shoes and bring a pair of safety glasses.
Small cuts are to be expected, bandaids will be available.