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Winter 1997 **CD**

Winter 1997 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0152GPQWI97CD
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Go West—Southwest Lamp
Design by Maxine Orcutt and Pam Ptycia
A trapezoid-shaped geometric panel lamp shade fashioned from tan opal, green mottle, and brown stipple. The wide borders of the lamp frame add definition to the design. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Orchids and Oil Lamp—Reminiscing
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 24"x 32" rectangular still life panel showing a slender stalk rising from an amber crock and filled with white orchids sitting next to an old-fashioned oil lamp. The orchids’ candy-yellow centers and petal shadows disappear and reappear by combining DyMax™ adhesive and Spectrum glass. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #73 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Four Seasons Series—Winter

Design by Mary Krauski
A 12"x 18" rectangular bird and floral panel with a flying feathered friend. It sails past a brown branch that supports pink flowers and dark green leaves and is capped with snow. Copper grid lines on the vivid blue background add interest and detail to the piece. This project is constructed with copper foil. Patterns for all four seasons are available by ordering pattern #69 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

The Sentinel—The Call of the Wolf

Design by Connie Clough Eaton
A 10-7/8"x 14" rectangular animal panel showing a wolf howling at the moon. He stands against a varicolored background of blues, yellows, and reds and is bordered by dense black. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Book Reviews
MosaicArt™ Book Two published by Diamond Tech International
Crystal Catchers published by Valee Studios
Shade Parade published by Papillon Publications
Plumes ’n’ Blooms published by Stained Glass Images, Inc.

A Blooming Holiday—Rooted in Tradition

Design by Carolyn Kyle
A 10-1/4"x 13-7/8" rounded rectangular floral panel with Christmas poinsettias and sprigs of mistletoe against an opal background. Having the mistletoe leaves spill a little outside of the tan border makes this piece even more appealing. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Cheers! —Class Under Glass

Design by Jennifer Daniels
A set of rectangular mosaic floral geometric 5-1/4"x 5-3/8" coasters in two different designs. They would make great-personalized gifts.

To Trip the Light Fantastic—The Dance in the Glass
Design by Cooper Graphics
A 4-3/4"x 10-3/8" rectangular etched portrait panel with a maiden walking through a field of tall waving flowers and leaves. The picture, which begins on film, is transferred to Rapid Mask™ with ultraviolet light and then etched onto the surface of the glass by placing in a blasting cabinet.

Welcome Home—Fused Decorative House Plate

Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
A 17-3/4"x 8" rectangular fused floral house plate to welcome guests. The panel displays house number and a cheery yellow flower on a background of blue and white with border of blue.

Geraniums—A Shade for All Seasons
Design by H.L. Worden
A cone-shaped geometric floral lamp shade in red, amber, yellow, and brown with a three-tier border of small rectangles. Worden’s Geranium T MagicStrips™ are used to build this lamp. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Beadmaking—Safety in the Torch Working Studio

By Jeff Eckes
An article offering suggestions for making the hot glass studio a safer place in which to create.

Cube Table—Not-So-Basic Block
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 15-3/4" cube-shaped geometric table utilizing clear iridized triangles and light blue horizontal strips against a shiny black background and top. In this two-repeat pattern, shapes tumble down the edge creating a domino effect. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #72 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

News and New Products


Diamonds and Darts—Leaded Crystal
Design by Mark Waterbury
An arched 57"x 12-3/8" transom and rectangular 8"x 36" sidelights created in clear lead crystal with lead caming. Ovals and diamonds, joined by small circles, run through rectangular shapes. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #71 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Flights of Fancy—Dance of the Butterflies
Design by Jenova Moseley and Geneva Perkins
A set of 5-1/2"x 7" freeform suncatchers of butterflies lighted on clear diamond bevels. Butterfly details are drawn in with outline pens.

On Shimmering Wings—Bringers of Peace
Design by Studio One
A set of four shimmering angel candleholders that can also be used as suncatchers are built from a kit. Flat lead U-came sets off the textured wings and opal faces. Pattern is available in the kit.