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Summer 1998 **CD**

Summer 1998 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0154GPQSU98CD
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The Cat's Meow—Detailing with Glass Paint
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 21-7/8"x 33-7/8" rectangular landscape panel constructed with copper foil that includes a fabulous cat sunning itself on a bench under a large tree. A swirling brown and white mix adds texture to the tree in the foreground, and the dark brown of the other trees suggests a depth to the picture. This project is better suited for glass artists who have some experience under their belts. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #75 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Bamboo Bonanza—Lamplight Through the Branches
Design by H. L. Worden
A 16" dome-shaped, plant-covered shade created with H.L. Worden's Bamboo T Full-Form™ design and mold. Overlapping dark green bamboo leaves cover the top of the shade and spill down onto the bottom, which is covered with bamboo stalks resting on a yellowish green background. Pattern is available in the kit.

Beginner's Workbench—White Socks at Home Games

Design by Dan Donovan
A 14-1/2"x 14" rectangular landscape panel constructed with copper foil depicting a brilliant sunset over the water. In the foreground are two pairs of socked feet, propped up on the windowsill, no doubt attached to a couple enjoying the beautiful view. This freeform panel is created with mostly easy-to-cut shapes, making it a good one for beginners.

The Dance of the Golden Sea Fans—A Panel with a Twist – Wire Overlay
Design by Jillian Sawyer
A 10-1/4"x 14" freeform mermaid panel constructed with copper foil. This sea creature of folklore swims about with two large orange sea fans that use twisted wire overlay to help define their details.

Swellican!—Pelican on a Glassy Sea
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 15" round bird panel depicting a pelican resting on calm waters that display steel blue waves and an orange/opal reflection of the sky. The porthole-shaped frame adds a nice touch. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Flower Power
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 7-1/4"x 9-1/4" freeform floral suncatcher constructed with copper foil and loaded with large colorful flowers nestled against a black background. Centers of yellow and white complete the picture. There are eighty pieces to cut, which requires a little patience, but the shapes of the pieces are not difficult.

Welcome Home—Lights to Live By

Design by Old California Lantern Co.
A 5" x 7" x 7" panel lamp shade or a 3" x 6" hexagonal geometric porch lamp. The panel lamp reminds us of a night sky with the moon gleaming through the clouds. The hexagonal lamp offers light sea foam green strips accented with darker green diamond shapes near the bottom. These projects are constructed with copper foil and designed to fit Old California lamp kits.

A Step in the Right Direction

Design by L&L Artistic Ventures, Inc.
A 15-1/4" round mosaic stepping stone navigational compass with compass points jutting out past the circle's edge. The compass arms of light blue swirled with red and light opal, as well as small diamond shapes of light and medium blue, stand against the brown background.

Book Reviews

Stepping Up published by Rachael A. Martin and Wrought Iron Enterprises
Spirits of Light published by Donna Eller and The Glass Department
GlasDesign Weinachten published by Volkmann and Volkmann
The Basic Guide to Selling Arts and Crafts published by James Dillehay and Warm Snow Publishers

Water Lily Fan Fair—Beginner Copper Foil Construction

Design by Leslie Gibbs
An 11-1/2"x 7-1/2" floral fan lamp shade with large, pink open water lily and bud resting on a green leaf and floating on deep blue water. Can be displayed as a fan lamp or hung and used as a suncatcher. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

News and New Products

Feathered Friends—Building 3-D Projects
Design by Joe Slezak
A 6-5/8"x 5-7/8" bluebird or a 7-1/4"x 6-1/2" barn swallow three-dimensional, freeform suncatcher with realistic coloring taken from studying the actual birds. Projects are of medium cutting difficulty and are constructed with copper foil.

A Cut Above—Working with Etching Cream
Design by B&B Etching
A 6" x 7-1/8" etched rectangular floral panel that pictures an African violet in its pot with slender stems filled with flowers. The etching work is done with the use of etching cream.

Glass-Paneled Doorways—A Beautiful First impression
An article discussing the importance of careful glass and wood selection for exterior stained glass doors.

Red Alert—Building a Small Cardinal Kit
Design by Gary Strohm and Ivan Bourdier
A three-dimensional, freeform cardinal suncatcher constructed with copper foil and made from a kit. The metal body shows off its red glass wings and tail that are just as red as the living original. Pattern is available in the kit.

Time Well Spent—Building a Clock Kit

Design by Studio One
A rectangular wall clock made from a clock kit. Most of the glass pieces are beveled, which adds richness to the simple design. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used. Pattern is available in the kit.