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Spring 2000 **CD**

Spring 2000 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0161GPQSP00CD
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Fuchsia Lamp and Box—Building a Lamp and Extending It to a Box
Design by Carol Conti
A cone-shaped floral lamp splattered with fuchsia-shaded flowers with dark and light green leaves. This project is constructed with copper foil and built flat with no mold required. Color selections can be easily changed to suit individual taste. The pattern can also be easily used to create a box top to go with a Clarity Wood Box.

Pansies—Beginner Painting Project
Design by Dave Burnett
A 7" painted round floral suncatcher graced with red, blue, and yellow flowers and trimmed with U-shape brass filigree. The edge can also be finished with lead, brass, or zinc came. Two-toned leaves add depth to this beginner project.

Luminescent Sampler—Heighten Dramatic Effect in a Panel

Design by Mark Waterbury
A 20"x 28" geometric panel built with H-Channel lead. The luminescent glass makes the colors in this panel shimmer, but it can also be built with solid color glass. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #91 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Playtime—Making a Glass Mosaic Game Board
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 13-3/8" round floral mosaic game board trimmed with leaf sprays, flowers, and a couple of scampering lizards. Mounted on a Norris Ironworks Wrought Art™ table, this game tabletop is perfect for playing chess or checkers.

Teddy Bear Tea Party—Adding Detail with Foil and Wire Overlay
Design by Dione Roberts
A 13" square still life panel displaying a blue and white teapot propping up a smiling teddy bear. This project is constructed with copper foil, and intricate details are added with foil and wire overlay, which means no tiny glass pieces to cut.

Blooming Beauty—A Custom-Cut Stencil Flower
Design by Glass Design Systems
An 18"x 22" rectangular etched floral panel with large and small blossoms and leaves created with single-stage sandblasting. Dimensional blasting could also offer crafters a multi-layered look.

Scamp—Building a Chipmunk Panel Detailed with Wire Overlay
Design by Lucinda Doran
A 7-1/2"x 5-1/2" freeform animal suncatcher constructed with copper foil captures a curious chipmunk guarding his acorn stash. This little fellow’s coat of brown and amber stands out against his bed of leafy green. The small glass pieces that give him lots of character also make for a more challenging project.

Will the Real Window Please Shine—The Glass Keyboard

Design by Linda Abbott
An 18"x 24" rectangular floral panel designed with the use of American Bevel’s computer program, Designer II, which aids in seeing projects, as they will look when finished. Project shows large dark green leaves with pink flowers against a background of blue cathedral. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #90 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Blue Skies—Butterflies Flutter in Opaque and Cathedral Glass

Design by Mark Waterbury
A 15" round butterfly panel with two orange butterflies pulling ribbons of blue against white clouds and a snippet of blue sky. Cathedral and opaque glass add lots of detail and realism. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #89 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

News and New Products

Book Reviews
Prairie Designs II published by Cliffside Studio
Band Saw Challenge II published by Paned Expressions Studios™
Mosaic Art™ Home Projects published by Diamond Tech International
Walk on the Wild Side Book II published by Stained Glass Images

Seeing the Light—Building a Beveled Iris

Design by GST Publications
A 10-1/4"x 21-1/2" diamond-shaped floral panel with a blue bevel iris and jade stalk. The iris is created from bevels that are available facing either left or right for building facing windows or sidelights. The panel is rich in translucent glasses to compliment the blue beveled glass of the flower. This project is constructed with copper foil.