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Spring 1987 **Print**

Spring 1987 **Print**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 007GPQSP87Print
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Features

From the Editor

Book Reviews

Sensation Suncatchers published by CKE Publications
Lamplighters, Book One published by Lamplighters
Aladdin’s Stained Glass Boutique published by Alladins
Sand Carving Glass, A Beginner's Guide published by Tab Books, Inc.

Glass Update

News and New Products

Guest Designer Interview with Donna Eller

"The Cypress"
Design by Donna Eller
A wide-cone six-panel lamp shade with six different landscape scenes.

How to Etch Glass Part 5—Sandblast Glass Etching
By Norm Dobbins
A 5" square glass box with morning glories applied with the sandblast glass etching technique.

Happy Spring!
Design by Sharon Mech
10-1/4"x 6-3/4" freeform animal planter with white rabbit, pink neck bow, and pink jewel eyes. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Tis the Season for Wedding and We Have the Perfect Gift
Design by Chick Iglehart
A chapel-shaped glass box designed to hold the bride's bouquet as a keepsake. The project has few pieces and is constructed with copper foil.

Bent Panels Are Back!
A dome-shaped bent panel lamp shade constructed with the use of a Fancy Lamp kit from H. L. Worden. The kits contain everything needed to construct the project except for solder and flux.

What's Ahead?
A summary of projects for upcoming issues.

King Neptune and His Sea Dragon
A 14"x 20-1/2" rectangular mythical panel with King Neptune holding his scepter. Also included is a 12" round panel of a dark green sea dragon against a blue background. These projects can be constructed with copper foil or lead came.

Little Wisteria
Design by Shäna-Elaine Brewer
A hexagonal floral panel with large cluster of deep purple wisteria blooms against a background of Fractures and Streamers. This project is constructed with copper fund of information of H-channel lead.

A Lantern to Hunt Mushrooms With
Two square tower lanterns created using three panels of Fractures and Streamers and a front panel that combines art glass and an oval dried flower panel from Kerries Krafts. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Mushrooms and Toadstools
Design by Chick Iglehart
A 9" round plant panel with large orange, amber, and brown mushrooms bordered by amber. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Bonus Section Pullout Photo How-To—Waterbury's World Butterfly Jar
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 2-1/4"x 1-1/2" freeform butterfly applied as decoration to a glass jar. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Bonus Section Pullout Photo How-To—Working with Brass Lamp Filigree
A four-panel lamp shade constructed using brass lamp filigree. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Bonus Section Pullout Photo How-To—Jen's Stuff for Kids
A 6"x 6" freeform animal with red fox on a patch of grass. This project is constructed with copper foil.

A Patchwork Quilt
Design by Sassy (Ruth E. McClure)
A rectangular floral and geometric panel constructed from individual squares and strips of glass that are fused to retain the look of appliqué. Sections are assembled with lead came.

Strawberry Harvest
Design by Chick Iglehart
A 12" square fruit panel with strawberries spilling from an overturned woven basket. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Basic Black
Design by Chick Iglehart
A 12-1/4"x 8-1/2" painted floral panel with a patch of yellow daisies and green leaves against black and blue.

Floating Bubbles

Design by Chick Iglehart
A rectangular geometric panel with blue, orange, purple, green, and yellow stripes and circles on a mirror background. This project is constructed with glass adhesives.

Bevel Basics
A set of geometric rondel panels created using Moss 2" square bevels and a wood frame. Custom round bevels with red birds set off each panel. This project is constructed with zinc H-channel.

Video Review

Making Stained Glass Windows from Sonoma and Ashland Video

Etching with Marlena East
Instructions for making an etched panel as a replacement for an antique kitchen cabinet.