Glass Studio, Gallery, Gift Shop

Roslyn, WA


Projects, Events, Gift Shop & More in Roslyn, WA

Drop in for a project

Fused is a studio and gift shop dedicated to sharing glass art with Kittitas County, WA, and the surrounding communities. With opportunities to craft your own creations in classes or watch local artists work and a gift shop with a selection of over 300 glass pieces, Fused has something to offer to everyone.

We at Fused believe in the beauty of glass art, and we strive to inspire others to create. We invite you to come find out for yourself what our gallery and studio are all about. 

Opportunities for classes and instruction are always available. Project pricing varies from $35-$75. We can find a project for everyone, from simple to advanced. Come make something with us.

Project Ideas

  • Jewelry 
  • Serving Trays and Bowls 
  • Dishes 
  • Vases 
  • Decorative Art Pieces 
  • Seasonal Decorations 
  • Ornaments 
  • Or even create your own landscape to be framed

Schedule an Event

Glass Bowls
Fused caters to all types of events for kids and adults, including:
  • Birthday Parties
  • Corporate Events
  • Team Building Exercises

And more...

Feel free to bring snacks or beverages, or ask about our catering services.

Call Fused today at 253-653-4768 to schedule. 

Wander through the shiniest gift shop in all of Roslyn   

What is Glass Fusing

Glass fusing is the technique used to join more than one piece of glass to another at high temperatures. The heating process, commonly undertaken in a kiln, is slow and reaches temperatures between 1100 and 1600 degrees Fahrenheit. It is important to realize that each type of glass has it's own properties, and some glass has difficulty melding to other types. Glass needs to expand and contract at the same rate for a successful fusing. A number called a C.O.E. (Co-efficiency of expansion and contraction) is assigned to each type of glass and only glass at the same level can be fused. If the C.O.E. is not known there are a few ways to test for it. Trying to fuse glass without knowing if the C.O.E.s match will almost always end in a cracked or non-fused piece. 

Molds can be used in the fusing process to gain shape and texture. This process is called slumping. Slumping is done over a shaped mold usually made of ceramics or metal. With heat and gravity, the glass will slide or slump into the shape of the mold. This is the most common way that we make bowls trays and other types of dishes.