Glassblowing is one of the most challenging mediums on the planet. Investing in knowledge early will create some great habits from the start.
There are some great books that have simple tuturials covering everything from solid to hollow and much more. The founder of Glasscraft, Homer Hoyt, wrote one of the best books on the trade called Glassblowing; An Introduction.
Bandhu Dunham also has 3 books which can be found in studios across the globe.
Glasscraft in Colorado is home to one of the best teaching facilities in the nation. Everything from basic intro classes to intensive 3-day workshops are offered every month. New to the glasscraft educational model, are online webinars. These webinars offer you the option to learn from the best from the comfort of your home or studio at a fraction of the price.
Glasscraft also offers a complete selection of DVD's.

You're now fully equipped and ready to learn how to make stunning pieces of glass art, move on to the kit review page to complete your order in the NEXT STEP.

Book - "Glassblowing-An Introduction" Homer Hoyt
  By Homer L. Hoyt / Hard cover with spiral binding, step-by-step lessons for over sixty items, shop set-up, safety, sculpturing, blowing & decorating, includes detailed illustrations. Perfect for beginners and intermediate flameworkers. Why Recommended

ADVANCED FLAMEWORKING-Vol. 2 - Dichroic Coated Glass
  By Milon Townsend / 8 1/2" x 11" / 126 pages / Dichroic Coated Glass. Full of Various Techniques and Insite on How to Use Dichroic Glass. Why Recommended

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  By Milon Townsend / 8 1/2" x 11" / 191 pages / Methods & techniques in detailed step-by-step instructions on human form, making color cane and more. Color photos & diagrams. (Instruction Level / Intermediate - Advanced) Why Recommended
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