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Spring 2020 **Print**

Spring 2020 **Print**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
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Table of Contents

Daylily Flower Stem
An Introduction to Stained Glass
Design, Fabrication, and Text by Lidia K. Anderson
Free-form stained glass flowers created by cutting and foiling pointed ovals of glass. Stamens for the flower centers are created with jewelry eye pins, filling the eyes with solder, bundling with wire, and soldering the bottoms together. The individual flowers are installed on tin-soldered copper. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Tulip Trees
Pink Magnolia Magnificence
Design, Fabrication, and Text by Leslie Gibbs
Photography by Jon Gibbs
A half-circle floral stained glass design featuring pink magnolia stems and blooms against a white iridescent moon and Cranberry Pink border. The flower petals are cut from two pinks, then either tack fused or full fused before foiling and constructing the panel. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Butterflies, Hummingbirds, and Morning Glories
Design by Michal Adams, Fabrication and Text by Cindy Dow Savary
Photography by Cindy Dow Savary and Gerry L. Savary
A 19" x 19" stained glass design featuring hummingbirds and butterflies hovering above a spray of morning glories. Suggestions are offered for making the pattern easier to construct by decreasing the number of small glass pieces and for visualizing the design by coloring the pattern pieces. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Pads and Critters
Design by Paned Expressions Studios, Text by Darlene Welch
A 22" x 14" stained glass design featuring cattails, water lilies, and dragonflies. The selection of opal, streaky, and Wisspy glasses plus the careful placement of the glass grains for the background, cattail heads, and dragonfly wings adds to the realism of the panel. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

The Green Man
Design, Fabrication, and Text by David Kennedy
Photography by Sharon Kennedy
A 12"-diameter circular stained glass design that depicts the Green Man, a 2,500-year-old icon associated with rebirth and the cycle of life. The various shades of green glass against the outer border of Light Olive English Muffle help the abstract face become visible. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Tulip Time
Design by Marianne Crivellaro, Text by Darlene Welch
A 7-3/4" x 9" circular stained glass design with free-form border and central open spaces featuring a young maid gathering her first spring tulip. The pattern offers a multitude of opportunities to select additional design colors to fit any decor. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Reverse Engineering
Analyzing Glass Art to Expand Your Artistic Skills
by Dennis Brady
Reverse engineering is defined as “taking an object apart to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object.” Dennis Brady challenges glass artists to use this technique as part of their learning experience when expanding their personal skills. Several fused glass pieces are analyzed.

Bird of Paradise
Design by Dionē Roberts, Text by Darlene Welch
A 12" x 18" free-form stained glass design featuring a spray of tropical bird of paradise flowers. The selection and grain placement of the Dark Green/Light Opal glass used for the leaves brings the panel to life and adds realism to the design. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Spring Is Here
Design by Terra Parma, Text by Darlene Welch
A delightful 7" x 8-1/2" stained glass suncatcher that features a happy little bluebird perched on his house. Beautiful pink blossoms and a free-form border add color and interest to the design. Careful placement of the glass grain also adds depth and realism. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

16-Page Full-Size Pullout Pattern Section

Tiger
Design by Aanraku Glass Studios, First Rendering by Yoshinori Takao, Text by Darlene Welch
An 18" x 23" stained glass design. The majesty and power of this tiger is captured through the use of Orange, Black, and Crystal Opal and Wisspy glasses for the animal’s bold stripes, beautiful coat, and gleaming eyes. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Fashionably Chic Corset
Design and Fabrication by Lisa Vogt and Jessie Battin, Text by Lisa Vogt
An 11-1/2" x 10" free-form fused corset shape decorated with various shapes and colors of dichroic glass. Embossed rose buds are made and used to decorate the center front of the corset. An elegant curve is then added by slumping the fused corset. Firing schedules are included.

Kiln Corner
Simple Thermocouple Repairs
Correcting Inaccurate Controllers on a Digital Kiln
by Arnold Howard
This continuation of the article on some of the basics of thermocouple repairs in the Winter 2019 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly™ reviews additional considerations when checking for necessary repairs. Techniques and illustrations for checking the various thermocouples, controller, and wiring are included.

Tiny Spring Vase
Design, Fabrication, and Text by Susan McGarry
Tiny 2" x 2-1/4" fused vases made from textured dichroic glass. Fiber paper and white glass are used to maintain a space in the top of the vase as a place to add small sprigs of flowers, and a magnet is added to the back for mounting the vases. A firing schedule is provided.

Joyful Ceiling Lamp
Design, Fabrication, and Text by Petra Kaiser
A 14" x 14" fused and slumped ceiling lap shade base is created by trimming the corners from a white glass square, then decorating with broken shards of colored glass before fusing and slumping. The hardware taken from a purchased ceiling lamp is used to install the shade. Firing schedules are provided.

Kiln Formed Powder Wafers
Design, Fabrication, and Text by Bob Leatherbarrow
Instructions are provided for creating a horse design with powder wafers, design elements that are made by heating thin layers of glass powder just to the onset of fusing directly on a kiln shelf. Techniques for applying the powder colors and designing with powder wafers are included. Firing schedules are provided.

Fusing Levels Sample Set
How Fused Do You Want It?
by Randy Wardell
Descriptions for the six basic fusing levels provides artists with a way to decide which level they desire to use for their projects. Two projects made from 90 COE and 96 COE fusible glass are fired to the six levels to show how projects react to each level. Firing schedules for the different levels are provided.

Wild West Coast Waves
Design, Fabrication, and Text by Michelle Frost
A 6" x 6" painted and fused white glass square with huge rolling waves. Glass enamels are poured onto the glass square, and a paint brush is used to fill in any gaps. Paper towels are then used to help form the waves. A firing schedule is provided.

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