Many glass enthusiasts like working in their gardens almost as much as working with glass, so if there is a way to combine both, it becomes a stellar arrangement. The GPQ Spring 2013 issue offers many selections that are either inspired by spring's legacy of growth or the budding garden in need of some permanent color. Regardless, one of the best things about Glass Patterns Quarterly is that we take the guess work out of the projects in every issue. The subscriber gets a compilation of tried- and-true patterns, supply lists, and step-by-step instructions.
Our gracious tutorial writers have worked on their projects from a number of angles in order to explain the steps to you in a way that is clear and precise. Many times our submitting authors are writing about one of their signature pieces that they have made many times and, in the process, have done the troubleshooting for you. It is a delightful exchange of information with the artist, writer, and reader all benefiting.
Talking about benefits, if you have been curious about attending one of our Glass Expert Webinars, there is no better time to experience our hands-on classes with no traveling required. These Web workshops are two-hour classes conducted online with the specific purpose of sharing techniques from a particular instructor's glass genre. To check for up-coming Webinar dates and times visit www.glasspatterns.com.
Whether you are in search of a spring color infusion or an enjoyable source of ideas, at GPQ we are offering you many ways to catch the creativity bug and turn it loose for
all to enjoy,
Upcoming Submission Deadlines
Mail Date June 8, 2013
Fall 2013 Autumn, Halloween, Christmas, and Holiday Ornaments
Closing July 30, 2013
Mail Date September 13, 2013