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Summer 1994 **Print**

Summer 1994 **Print**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 036GPQSU94Print
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Print Back Issue Sold Out - CD Version available (non-refundable unless defective) Digital Version also available for download

Book Reviews
Art Glass Inspirations published by Wardell Publications
Elaborate Floral Designs published by Stained Glass Images Inc.
Glass Etching II: Carving Techniques and Designs published by CKE Publications
Dinosaur Patterns published by Draft Horse Design

Hollyhock & Violets Shade
Design by Rich Molcany
A 16" cone-shaped floral lamp shade with violets running along a bottom border. Sprays of hollyhocks grow up toward the top of the shade on a background of medium amber. This project is constructed with copper foil and built with the help of Odyssey's 16" cone form.

Sunflowers
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 22-1/4"x 48" rectangular floral panel showing a field of sunflowers towering above dark green leaves against an almond opalescent background. This project is constructed with copper foil.  Full-size pattern available by ordering pattern #41 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Patterned Dichroic Tile Beads
Design by Lani McGregor
An article with instructions for making sets of earrings and a necklace from patterned dichroic tile beads.

Heron—A Rest from Wading
Design by Mary Krauski
A 19-1/2"x 29" rectangular bird panel with a large heron amidst dark green foliage and red flowers. This project is constructed with copper foil. Full-size pattern available by ordering pattern #40 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Rope-Border Transom—Lead and Foil Panel
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 30-1/2"x 12-1/4" rectangular geometric transom with large fleur-de-lis style center figure in ambers and pale yellows. Panel has side flourishes and a rope border of mint green, silver yellow, and red highlights. This project is constructed with lead and copper foil.

Discus Fish
Design by Linda Abbott and John R. Smith
A 19-7/8"x 16" rectangular fish panel with two discus fish swimming through pale blue waters and dark green sea plants. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Switch Plates and Cabinet Door Knobs
Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
Instruction for making fused switch plates and decorative cabinet and doorknobs from two layers of glass. Overglazing and enameling techniques are used.

Nautilus—working with Glass Grain
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 9" freeform shell suncatcher displaying a nautilus shell coil of soft white opal and brown. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Conestoga Wagon—Detailing with Wire and Overlay
Design by Mark Waterbury
An 18-3/4" x 8" freeform panel with horse pulling a pioneer-driven Conestoga wagon. This project is constructed with copper foil.

School Days—Back to the Basics: Copper Foil Technique
Design by Donna Schulze
A 5"x 7" rectangular/freeform frame with apple and pencil. Frame could hold a photograph or a piece of slate for writing your favorite teacher a message. A good project for beginners or for building with children. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Christmas in July—an Ornament an Evening
Design by Morton Glass Works and Marianne Warner
A set of solid brass filigree Christmas ornaments created from scrap glass with the use of Morton Glass Works. Warner-Crivellaro’s Christmas Balls are used for making ornaments of traditional shapes, and the company’s Holiday Miniatures make diamond, pentagonal, heart, and bell shaped ornaments.

Art Glass Installation with Designer Glass Clips
By John Scott
An instructional article on the use of glass clips to aid in the installation of art glass.

News and New Products

Wissmach Woman
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 36" square portrait panel of a woman standing beneath an intricate, vine and flower covered trellis. This project is constructed with copper foil. Project is featured in Wissmach Glass Co Ad inside cover. Full-size pattern available by ordering pattern #43 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Deer
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 42-1/4"x 35-1/4" rectangular animal panel featuring a graceful deer running through tall cattails with a background of rocky hills and slate blue sky. This project is constructed with copper foil. Project is featured in Armstrong Glass Co Ad inside back cover,  Full-size pattern available by ordering pattern #42 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.