Glassblowing for Beginners

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  1. Introduction to Glassblowing
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    Introduction to Glassblowing

  2. What Tools Do You Need?
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    What Tools Do You Need?

  3. How to Find a Class
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    How to Find a Class

  4. How to Find a Job
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    How to Find a Job

  5. How to Pick a Kit
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    How to Pick a Kit

  6. How to Rent a Studio
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    How to Rent a Studio

  7. Where Is the Best Glassblowing Museum?
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    Where Is the Best Glassblowing Museum?

  8. How Much Do Glassblowing Artists Make?
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    How Much Do Glassblowing Artists Make?

  9. Is Glassblowing School Necessary?
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    Is Glassblowing School Necessary?

  10. How to Use a Blow Pipe
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    How to Use a Blow Pipe

  11. 6 Tips, Tricks & Techniques
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    6 Tips, Tricks & Techniques

  12. How to Shape Glass
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    How to Shape Glass

  13. 4 Glory Hole Tips
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    4 Glory Hole Tips

  14. How to Use Puffers & Steam Sticks
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    How to Use Puffers & Steam Sticks

  15. How to Use Tweezers to Shape Glass
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    How to Use Tweezers to Shape Glass

  16. How to Use Jacks & Pacioffis
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    How to Use Jacks & Pacioffis

  17. How to Use Diamond & Straight Shears
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    How to Use Diamond & Straight Shears

  18. How to Get Started
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    How to Get Started

  19. History of Glassblowing
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    History of Glassblowing

  20. What is Glass Art?
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    What is Glass Art?

  21. History of Handblown Glass
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    History of Handblown Glass

  22. Can Glassblowing Be Done at Home?
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    Can Glassblowing Be Done at Home?

  23. Glassblowing Safety
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    Glassblowing Safety

  24. How Hot Does the Glass Get?
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    How Hot Does the Glass Get?

  25. How to Pick Supplies
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    How to Pick Supplies

  26. How to Dress for Class
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    How to Dress for Class

  27. How to Marver Glass
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    How to Marver Glass

  28. How to Decorate Handblown Glass
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    How to Decorate Handblown Glass

  29. How to Use Newspaper as Heat Protection
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    How to Use Newspaper as Heat Protection

  30. How to Handle Hot Handblown Glass
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    How to Handle Hot Handblown Glass

  31. How to Handle Fallen Molten Glass
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    How to Handle Fallen Molten Glass

  32. How to Color Handblown Glass
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    How to Color Handblown Glass

  33. How to Use Blocks & Paddles
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    How to Use Blocks & Paddles

  34. How to Blow Glass with Todd Hansen
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    How to Blow Glass with Todd Hansen

  35. How to Blow Glass with Ed Donovan
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    How to Blow Glass with Ed Donovan

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  • Ed Donovan

    Ed Donovan is a glassblower at DC GlassWorks, a public access glassblowing facility.