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Summer 1995 **Print**

Summer 1995 **Print**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 040GPQSU95Print
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Print Back Issue Sold Out - CD Version available (non-refundable unless defective) Digital Version also available for download

Book Reviews
Hourglass published by Hixson Studios
ComboCluster® Designs – Book 2 published by Art Glass Enterprises, Inc.
Prairie Lamps published by Cliffside Studio
Sommer(Summer) published by Vitrographics Publications

Glass Update

Lavender & Peonies
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 25-3/4"x 37" rectangular bird and floral panel with a small yellow opal bird nestled among branches of lavender and peonies. The piece has an Oriental flavor. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #51 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

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Magnolia Shade
Design by H. L. Worden
A dome-shaped floral lamp shade created from H. L. Worden’s lamp pattern packets, which contain MagicStrips™ and pattern pieces. The large white magnolia blossoms rest against a background of lavender and dark brown. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern is available in the kit.

White Stockings
Design by Daniel Donovan
A 16"x 20" rectangular panel with girl flying high in a tree swing. Mountains of green and a blue sky with large white clouds complete the scene. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Bird-of-Paradise
Design by Volker and Evamarie Volkmann
A 9-7/8"x 15" oval floral panel with large, bright orange bird-of-paradise flowers against dark green leaves and a white background. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

If One Can't
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16"x 20" oval bird panel showing a jaunty toucan perched on a large branch surrounded by leaves of yellow-green. Small fused pieces add detail to the toucan’s eye. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Prairie Style 22—Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired
Design by Alex Spatz
An 18" round zinc came geometric panel with green, orange, red, and yellow against a background of clear seedy.

Roth’s Tree Frog
Design by Jillian Sawyer
A 7-1/4"x 6-3/4" freeform animal suncatcher with cheery green frog clinging to a brown branch. A black glass nugget brings his eye to life. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Alligator and Bird
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 30"x 12" rectangular animal and bird panel showing the head and neck of a lazy brown alligator floating along the blue water with a brave bird perched on his nose. Green hills and a blue sky with clouds finish this scene. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #50 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Etched Rose Mirror—A Beginner’s Etching Project
Design by B & B Etching Products, Mirror Border Design by Dave Burnett
An 11"x 14" rectangular etched floral mirror created from a pre-cut stencil by B & B Etching products, which makes this project perfect for beginners. Pattern can be obtained from B & B Easy Etch Stencils.

Contempo Pleats Shade
Design by Suzanne Cooper
A cone-shaped geometric lamp shade constructed with copper foil and formed from pleats of Williamsburg and pastel blue glass.

Victorian Dingle Dangles
Design by Marianne Warner
A set of Victorian-style bevel ornaments created from Warner-Crivellaro’s embossed brass filigree, heart-shaped bevels, jewels, and dangle beads. No glass cutting is required, which makes this a good project for short workshops or introductory classes. Good for decorative portrait hangers or a faux tassel look as drapery tiebacks. No pattern is required.

Enlarging Designs by Projection
By Dale W. Lerch
An article teaching artists how to get a full-size pattern from a smaller original by using the projection method.

Studio Spotlight—Running Pliers
By Daniel Donovan
An article describing techniques for using running pliers.

Hummingbird and Flowers
Design by Studio One
A 7-7/8" round floral and bird suncatcher with hummingbird hovering over trumpet-shaped flowers. The wings of the bird extend slightly past the metal outline. This project is constructed with copper foil.

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