I found this online randomly and didn't know what to expect, after all, glassblowing is not an every day hobby. I arrived expecting to find other students but they didn't turn up so I ended up having a one to one. Ricky was extremely patient with each step, it sounded a little daunting initially but he kept repeating the steps so there was no need to worry. We started with a paperweight (not blown), then a little sculpture, a bowl, then a vase. It was incredible how much we did in one day. Ricky was really friendly and happy to talk about his works and discussing techniques and ideas. The blowing part was quite hard for me but it was really wonderful afterwards seeing the piece of glass growing on size (albeit very slowly). Ricky helped all the way through and he will sand the glass down and send it to you. It's was an amazing day and I definitely want to go back. You can go with a friend or on your own. Do bring your own lunch though to eat on the grass. You need to be positive, have a lot of patience, keep calm, and just have fun! Great place to make presents, learn a skill, or make a Christmas gift.
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