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Winter 1995 **CD**

Winter 1995 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0144GPQWI95CD
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Book Reviews
Stained Glass Windows of Distinction, Collection One published by Wardell Publications Inc.
Stained Glass: A Guide to Today's Tiffany Copper Foil Technique published by Watson-Guptill Publications
Simply Outside published by Suzanne Cooper, Inc.
Faerie Lights published by The Original Redback Press/CKE Publications

Cactus Trio—Back to the Basics
Design by Frankye Cartner and Suzy Pomeroy
A 9-3/4"x 7-1/2" freeform freestanding plant suncatcher constructed with copper foil with three flowering cacti in various greens.

Abstract Shade
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16" dome-shaped geometric lamp shade created with H. L. Worden's Blank Lamp Designing Grid and FullForm™ mold. Strips formed from rectangular pieces run down toward the border of black laced with turquoise-colored diamond shapes. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Cockatoo and Dove
Design by Mark Waterbury
A round or rectangular bird panel constructed with copper foil. The panel can make a quick change from a cockatoo to a dove by changing head details.

Tiffany Rose Garden
Design by H. L. Worden
A dome-shaped Tiffany-style lamp shade covered with a large rose blossom and sprays of dark green leaves on a dark background. The project is constructed with Worden's MagicStrips™ Packets. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern is available in the kit.

Peacock
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 27-3/4"x 31-7/8" rectangular fused bird panel of a peacock with sandblasted iridescent feather eyespots. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #54 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Botanical Stepping Stone
Design by Julie Bishop Day
A 7-3/8"x 6-1/2" hexagonal mosaic floral stepping stone with yellow and orange flowers over green leaves on a tan background bordered by dark ribbon swirls. Careful selection of the glasses and colors add realism and depth to the project.

Tulip Sconce
Design by Rhonda Ackerman
An inverted cone-shaped geometric and floral wall sconce topped by rose opal tulips and formed from fingers of opal, green, and chocolate glass. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern is available in the Bradley Sconce Set.

Ferris 1921
Design by Rainer Hasenäcker
A 2-11/2"x 9-5/8" rectangular auto panel constructed with copper foil showing a 1921 yellow Ferris touring car with green top mounted on a black background. An etched nameplate gives the car's model and year.

Kaleidoscope of Color
Design by Mark Waterbury
A round fused geometric panel made by fusing triangular-shaped cathedral glass of standard thickness to one side of a clear circle and thin cathedrals to the other side.

Bunny with Balloons
Adapted by Mark Waterbury
A 7-1/2"x 9" freeform animal suncatcher showing boy bunny holding a bunch of balloons and standing against an oval background of slate opalume iridescent. This project is constructed with copper foil. A complete set of seven suncatchers with bunny and duck themes is available by ordering pattern #55 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Duck with Chicks
Adaptation by Mark Waterbury
A 13-1/8"x 8-1/2" freeform painted bird suncatcher with duck pulling three yellow chicks in an egg wagon on a background of white. Paints are fused for durability. A complete set of seven suncatchers with bunny and duck themes is available by ordering pattern #55 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

News and New Products

Etched Zebra
Design by Debra Oxley
A 4-1/8" round animal box top with etched zebra against a black background. Etching can be done with chemicals or by sandblasting.

Cross
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 6-3/4"x 8-1/4" cross in a wooden frame and filled with clouds, giving the illusion of looking out a church window to the sky beyond. The project was created using Northern Hardwoods Framing's Complex Shapes multi-cornered frames. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.