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Summer 1988 **CD**

Summer 1988 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0114GPQSU88CD
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Glass Update

Video Review
The Basics of SBX from the Chromaline Corporation

Book Reviews
Entryways, A personal Signature for Your Home published by CKE Publications
Lampworks published by Wardell Publications
The Fused Glass Handbook published by Hidden Valley Books
Beauty and the Bevel published by Valee Studios

Guest Designer Interview with Randy DeMello

1st Saturday's Sunburn
Design by Randy DeMello
A 14"x 11" rectangular bird panel with white and pink opal cartoon-style duck floating on his inner tube while sipping a cool drink. Project constructed with lead or zinc U-channel.

Arched Tulip Panel
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 24"x 12" arched floral panel with red and gold tulips against a blue sky surrounded by borders of green. This project is constructed with copper foil.

In Search of Koi
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16-3/8"x 44-1/4" coffee table or 20-1/4"x 15-7/8" end table rectangular fish panel with different sizes of koi swimming beneath blue water and lily pads. Tabletops are constructed with plating technique, which glues the fish underneath the glass for more depth realism. This project is constructed with copper foil. Full-size pattern available by ordering pattern #8 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Parrots in the Wild
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 15" round panel with two green parrots perched on a branch against rolling hills and blue sky. Detailing on the bird faces is added with copper wire overlay. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Creating Realism with the Effective Use of Opalescent Glass
By Shana-Elaine Brewer
Information to help crafters create more realistic-looking projects by careful glass selection and marking grain indications on pattern pieces.

Creating Realism with the Effective use of Glass Paint

Glass and Brass Mantle Clock
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 9"x 12" rectangular geometric mantle clock in white and amber opal streaky. Project is constructed with brass rounded H-channel and decorative U-channel using Clarity 5" clock face, Clarity Clockworks kit, and McNeil Clock Frame.

Memories
Design by Frank Floyd
A 4"x 6-1/4" rose pattern etched on top of a round red cathedral box. Hand engraving techniques are used for this project.

Bonsai Planter
Design by Mark Waterbury

Floral Tulip Lamp
Design by Mark Waterbury
A cone-shaped floral lamp shade with green leaves cascading from the top to meet a bottom border of light pink and lavender tulips. This project is constructed with copper foil and Worden's Full-Form Mold.

Bevel Entry
A pair of exterior bevel sidelights that incorporate a large 8"x 54" center cluster and two smaller cluster sets for top and bottom. Rectangular bevels form a border, and seedy crystal fills in the remainder of the panel. Project is constructed with lead H-channel.

Floral Corners Lamp
Design by Debra J. VanTol
A cone-shaped floral panel lamp shade with pinwheel-shaped pieces. Pink flower clusters with leaves are set into bottom spaces between the panels and constructed by using slumped petals or by setting cut petals at angles. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Clowning Around
Design by Janet Schrader
A 7"x 9" freeform clown suncatcher used to top a music box.

The Bear Necessities
Design by Florence Welborn
Three animal suncatchers showing a bear dancing on a music box, one playing golf on a napkin holder, and one holding a large key atop a key caddy. Built with kits from CKE Publications, which contain everything needed to construct these bears.

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