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Fall 2000 **Print**

Fall 2000 **Print**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0061GPQFA00Print
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The Plains Indian—Making a Sculpture in Stained Glass Design by Dea Leonhardt
A 6-1/2"x 13" freeform Indian panel mounted on a piece of driftwood. The Indian brave holds his peace pipe toward the sky. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Fishhooked—Building a Lamp and a Box with a Fish Theme
Design by Mark Waterbury
An angled dome-shaped lampshade with large fish chasing smaller ones against a background of blue-green water and bubbles. Details of the fishes' eyes are kiln-fired. The 9" x 6" rectangular fisherman's box top shows yellow, red, and white lures and hooks and is made using a McNeil box. These projects are constructed with copper foil.

Gone Fishin'—How Details Put Life Into a Panel
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 20"x 28" rectangular landscape panel with boy fishing from a bank under a large tree. A blue river and light blue sky finish the scene. Foil overlay detailing for the tree branches and three-dimensional fishing tackle add interest. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #95 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Greasepaint—Clowning Around with an Irregularly Shaped Panel
Design by Leslie Gibbs
A 16-7/8"x 13" rectangular/freeform clown panel with large blue ruffled collar setting off the clown's face. The background contains red, yellow, and blue balloons that creep past the border of the rectangle. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Wallflower Wizardry—Making a Poppy Mosaic Wall Lamp
Design by Eva and Volker Volkmann
A 15-3/8"x 9-3/8" rectangular mosaic floral bent-panel wall lamp shade with bright orange poppies and green stems. Black geometric spirals made of Moretti glass rods add interest. The figures lie on a background of pastel green opal and bone opal, and the finished piece slides into a VOVO Light Wall Holder.

Christmas Tree—Beginner Three-Dimensional Project
Design by Takaaki Tsuchiya
A three-dimensional freeform tree sculpture made with 4-1/4"x 7-3/4" panels joined at the center of the tree. This project is constructed with copper foil with the aid of Morton's Blocking System.

News and New Products

Holiday Crafting Feature
An article featuring photos and information about Christmas theme kits and patterns.

Guardian—Angelic Presence in a Suncatcher
Design by Emily Lesshafft
A 4-3/4"x 5-3/8" freeform angel suncatcher with gold/pink crystal gown and amber hair. Wings are of white cast opal translucent iridized glass. This project is constructed with copper foil.

The Magic of Santa—Using Color Variations for Contrast
Design by Robin Coulter
An 11-3/8"x 15-1/2" freeform Santa panel with red cap decorated with a sprig of holly. Various white glasses are used to add detail and realism to his beard. This Christmas project is constructed with copper foil.

News and New Products

Crafting with Kids—Mosaic Holiday Coaster and Ornament Kit
Design by Diamond Tech International
A set of mosaic Christmas ornaments and coasters created with a kit from Diamond Tech International. Four molds, red and green Venetian tiles, and MosaicStone™ cement are included to make a wreath, snowman, and Christmas tree.

News and New Products—What's Hot

Ladybug Magnets—A Quick and Easy Fusing Project
Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
A set of 1-7/8"x 2-1/2" and 1-3/8"x 1-7/8" fused ladybug magnets done in red and black. These little insects are made using the reverse firing method. The body shapes are made from cut glass, and details are drawn on with black paint.