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Fall 2005 **CD**

Fall 2005 **CD**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0183GPQFA05CD
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Amaryllis Panel
Design by Robert Oddy
An 11-1/4" x 15-1/4" oval floral window that adds realism through careful glass selection. There are many awkward cuts in this piece, making a glass saw a necessity. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
A 5-1/2" square, fused game board and playing pieces that are decorated with brilliant gold paint and mica flakes. The tic-tac-toe grid for the game board is created using noodles and stringers.

Praying Hands
Design by Carolyn Kyle
A 12-1/8" x 16-1/8" oval panel with religious theme that interprets the famous Albrecht Dürer work in stained glass. Careful color selections help to add dimension to the piece, which is reinforced with zinc U-channel. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Giftware for the Holidays

by Maureen James
An overview of clear and colored glassware available from Behrenberg Glass Company for use with various decorating techniques

A Snowman for All Seasons

Design by Leslie Gibbs
A 5" circular, snow globe–shaped ornament with rectangular base. Snow drifts and detailing for the snowman are added using frit and stringer for the fused version or glued glass chips and hobby wire for the copper foil version.

Multipetaled Flower Beads

Design by Corina Tettinger
Techniques for adding flowers to torchworked beads and encasing them in clear glass rod. Twisted cane scraps can be used for the core bead, and flowers are applied by adding dots of color to the bead. Tips are also offered for stretching glass cane.

Perfectly Waiting
Design by Karen Stephenson
A 6" x 10" free-form Christmas tree suncatcher that is decorated by adding wirework and attaching bead accents. The detailing could also be created by using glass paint and attaching the beads with adhesive. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

16-Page Pullout Pattern Section

Apple of My Eye Framed Mosaic
Design by Lisa Vogt
An 8" square beginner mosaic that is suitable for use as a trivet, a clock face, or for being displayed on the wall or a stand. The project is made from one of Spectrum’s One-Day Project packs that includes Peel & Stick patterns. Tips for proper placement of the design pieces and general tips for working with mosaics are also included.

Holly and Ivy

Design by Karen Stephenson
Three 13-3/8" x 17-7/8" copper foil holiday panels. Project simulations illustrate how using different types and colors of glass can create many looks from one pattern. The pattern in this issue can be enlarged, or full-sized pattern #133 can be purchased from Glass Patterns Quarterly for $7.00.

Fused Quilt Block Tiles

Design by Linda Scott
A 4" square tile block created from smaller glass squares that are fused together between a black iridescent base and a clear top. The Morton Portable Glass Shop is used to aid with the layout process and to ensure that the finished tiles are a perfect square. Patterns are added to the small glass pieces using rubber stamps coated with high-fire enamel paints.

Sparkling Christmas Ornament

Design by Rocio Bearer and Ron Bearer Jr.
Torchworked ornaments made from Simax scallop tubing. These ornaments shimmer on the tree and are easy to make. Shape enhancements and twists of the tubing are created using the maria flameworking technique.

Not a Creature Was Stirring

Design by Karen Stephenson
A 6" x 9" free-form Christmas stocking suncatcher. Detailing for the sleeping mice and stocking is added with copper wire, black paint, and solder drops. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Glass Talk with Dale Smeltzer

Insights from Steve Meyer on making stained glass sculptures more lifelike

Mistletoe Snowflake

Design by Karen Stephenson
An 8-1/2" x 10" free-form snowflake suncatcher. Copper wire is used for reinforcing the outer-edge of the piece. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique.

Letter from the Editor

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Industry News

Pattern Directory

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