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Winter 2000 **Print**

Winter 2000 **Print**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0062GPQWI00Print
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Features

Birds and Bamboo—Building an Intricate Panel
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 14"x 30" bird and floral panel depicting two small birds perching on bamboo stems. The project gives crafters an opportunity to work with foil overlay. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #97 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Frost & Flowers--Using Wire for Accents and Strength Design by Ann Madsen                                                                                                                                                                                    A 9" x 16" six-sided flat-panel floral lamp and matching box. Golden pink flowers rest among green leaves on a background of pastel green opal.  Copper wire is soldered along the bottom of the shade to strenthen and protect the shade, and to reinforce the shape of the leaves and petals. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Still Life—Painting with Opalescent Glass
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 14"x 11-1/4" freeform freestanding fruit panel. A light gray bowl is filled to overflowing with grapes, pears, and apples. Careful glass selection adds realism to the piece, which can be hung or mounted on a base made from brass tubing. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Cold Feathers, Warm Hearts—An Easy-to-Make Pair of Penguins
Design by Evamarie and Volker Volkmann
A 7"x 12-1/2" freeform bird panel with baby nestled against mama penguin to ward off the cold Antarctic winds. The blacks and shadowy grays of the birds and glacial blues of the ice give a frozen-world look. This project is constructed with copper foil and is edged with lead came.

Winter Quiet—Making A Sculpture in Glass
Design by Karen Ichino
A 9-1/2"x 19-1/2" freestanding freeform sculpture of a woman and cascading flowers. Her steel blue opal hooded cape falls in soft folds around her, while pink and white opal poinsettias are gathered at her feet. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Victorian Garden—Dressing Up a Shoe with Details and Color Variations
Design by Karen Stephenson
A 9-3/4"x 7-1/4" freeform Victorian shoe suncatcher. This well-balanced boot has champagne pink roses spilling from the top and is built with graceful angles, curves, and points for added interest. The project is constructed with copper foil.

Beware of Cat—Adding Detail with Foil and Wire Overlay
Design by Leslie Gibbs
A 20"x 28" rectangular animal panel with a striking portrait of a white Bengal tiger watching behind glowing eyes. His stripes are added using foil overlay, but they could also come from the use of paint or fused glass lines. A matching floral box with pink wispy orchids is also offered. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #96 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Everything’s Coming Up Tulips—Building a Vase in Glass
Design by Terra Parma
A 6"x 5" five-sided floral vase with tulip design. The freeform side panels show orange opal blossoms standing above lime green leaves against a slate background. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Lighter than Air—Personalizing a Project from a Kit
Design by Jeff Littlejohn and Gary Strohm
A set of 9-3/4"x 7-1/4" three-dimensional hanging angels built with the use of Flight Into Fantasy kits. These freeform figures have metal bodies and glass wings constructed with copper foil. A jewel on the wings adds light-catching facets. This project is constructed with copper foil.

News and New Products
by Darlene Welch

Hot Plate Special—Fusing Glass to Create a Plate
Design by Mark Waterbury
An 8-1/4" contemporary round fused plate with dichroic enhancements. Blue and black stripes and blue blocks circling the plate’s edge add interest to the black background. This project is created using the slumping technique.

Book Reviews
Stained Glass The Easy Way — Our Favorite Designs Walrus Publications
GlasDesign Art Nouveau by Volker and Evamarie Volkmann
Echoes of Frank Lloyd Wright by Tiffany Dragon Studio
A Dog Show in Stained Glass by Bob Schneider

Snowflake—Beginner Bevel Project
Design by Deverie Wood
An 11"x 11" six-pointed geometric bevel and nugget snowflake. Diamond-shaped bevels join with round and rectangular pieces to create a sparkling suncatcher or ornament perfect for Christmas or any time. This project is constructed with copper foil.