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Spring 1988 **CD**

Spring 1988 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0113GPQSP88CD
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Features

CD Version (non-refundable unless defective) Print Back Issue Sold out-Digital Version also available for download

Glass Update

Letters to the Editor

Video Review
The Fine art of Cutting from Cutters Art Glass

Book Reviews
House Tours III International published by Judy Miller Publications
Timeless Lamps published by The Glass Department
Wildlife Images by Terra published by Stained Glass Images
Les Femmes published by Papillon Publications

Guest Designer Interview with Alee Soderman

Wild Rose Mirror
Design by Alee Soderman
An 11"x 14" rectangular floral mirror decorated with pink blossoms and green leaves. Tips given for combining stained glass and mirrors and for protecting the mirror backing. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Worden's Skirted Fancy Lamp—Creating Heirlooms for the Future
Design by H. L. Worden
A skirted dome-shaped lamp shade built with Worden's Skirted Fancy Lamp kit. The kit contains everything needed for construction, including the slumped opalescent dome and matching skirt. This project is constructed with copper foil.

The Tortoise and the Butterfly
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 28"x 17-1/4" oval turtle and butterfly panel with forest floor background. Using three-dimensional techniques adds depth and detail to the piece. This project is constructed with copper foil and U-channel.

Shades of Blue
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 19"x 28" rectangular geometric panel with Victorian design of dark and light blue with inner and outer borders. This project is constructed with copper foil and would lend itself to being used as a border for a mirror or landscape. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #4 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

A Trip to the . . . Seashore
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 9"x 6" seahorse bulletin board, 10"x 12" lighthouse cabinet, and 4-3/4"x 5" napkin holder with seashell great for home decorating. Inserts built to fit wooden products from Clarity Glass Designs and McNeil Oak Wall Cabinet. This project is constructed with copper foil.

An Innovative Restoration—Building a Transom Window Back-to-the Basics – Working with Lead
A 36" Palladian geometric exterior transom panel with central bevel design restored to new quality. A set of 11”x 42-1/2” Victorian sidelights is designed to complement the transom. This project is constructed using lead came. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #6 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly

Antiques and Collectibles
A collection of suncatchers including a 4-1/4"x 6-1/4" duck in blue bonnet by Donna Schulze, 4-3/4"x 4" carousel horse by Jackie Nichols, and 4"x 5-3/4" Faberge egg with center bevels by Judy Miller. Also included are a 4"x 5" rocking horse by Suzanne Cooper, a 1-3/4"x 5-3/4"red and crystal goblet, and a 6"x 4" mirror or picture frame with cat and tea cozy trim by Randy DeMello. An octagonal gift box by Alee Soderman completes this group of collectibles.

Ol' Railroad Lantern
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 6-1/4"x 9-1/2" freeform gray railroad lantern suncatcher with red globe. Plating, wire, and foil overlay techniques are used. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Lamps of Yesteryear
A set of hexagonal hurricane lanterns built with zinc channels from Chicago Metallic and amber cathedral glass from Wissmach. Suitable for use on a table or mantel.

Unique and Useful Gifts
A small rectangular panel and round etched with the portrait of a Victorian woman surrounded by sprays of flowers and an oval border. Projects are constructed using Rayzist's photomask stencil and glass blanks from Blenko. Also featured is a Clarity Oak Coin Bank with stained glass inserts with a pink tulip. Patterns are included with the bank.