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February 10, 2015

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Mary

I don't know whether you still can, but you used to be able to visit the Goddard and Gibbs studio in East London. Fascinating, though if I remember rightly it was by appointment and you couldn't just drop in. And I'm assuming it's still there, because it's several years since I went.

Swissrose

I have been fascinated by glass for years and really must look into some kind of workshop - the only thing I've seen so far is "Tiffany", which though also pretty, isn't really what I want to do! Thanks for nudging me on this :)

Pamela

Sounds like you really enjoyed your course. I have also tried this but decided it wasn't for me when I ran out of plasters! Although I did make some lovely Christmas decorations. I will stick to quilting and flowers! Have fun!

Isabel

You might be interested in this church in Rouen : http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_St_Joan_of_Arc
http://www.cathedrale-rouen.net/patrimoine/visites/stejda.htm

Built in the 1970s in a very unusual modern style to house the 16th c stained glass which was carefully stored during the war - but the church which housed it was destroyed by bombing so they had to think again... Certainly not run of the mill!

Christine

You should visit the Stained Glass Museum at Ely Cathedral if you haven't already. The people there are very knowledgeable about glass techniques of the Middle Ages, including a novel use for urine!

Sasha

V&A, the best place for everything, always, look at those rows of dots !

Charlotte

I love the expression on the duck's face, it's as though the frog has jumped in uninvited!

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