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Fall 2002 **DIGITAL**

Fall 2002 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0238GPQFA02DIG
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Welcome
Design by Leslie Gibbs
An 8" x 11½" panel featuring a pineapple design, used in America from colonial days as a sign of welcome to guests. The amber and green border provides a great frame for this simple but stunning piece, which comes to life through the use of varying shades of yellow. The pineapple's spiky crown of profuse leaves and the solder lines that create the crosshatching on the fruit make for a realistic likeness. This project is constructed using the copper foil technique.

Big Sky
by Dione Roberts
A 16"-diameter, 10"-tall lamp made with landscape panels depicting a gathering of moose highlighted against a landscape of Canadian wilderness. An indigo/pink sky, golden sun, misty purple mountains, and green-and-brown foreground add to the appeal of this lamp. The design is enhanced through the use of copper foil overlay. This project is constructed using copper sheet foil and copper wire.

Dining Delights

by Cliff Kennedy
A 22" x 17½" free-form, semicircular panel filled with a fruitful bounty of fall, including pears, grapes, and apples set against vivid green leaves. The black background makes the fruit stand out in a striking fashion. This project is constructed using the copper foil technique and but could also be constructed using lead channel. The pattern in the issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #113 may be purchased from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

News and New Products
by Darlene Welch

Holiday Serving Tray
by Robin Evans
A 20" x 12" beginner mosaic serving tray done in shades of black, gray, blues, pinks, and purples using Spectrum SilverCoats Waterglass®. This contemporary design highlights three silvery Christmas trees topped with stars against a background of geometric shapes. This project is constructed using the mosaic method. The pattern in the issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #112 may be purchased from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

And a Partridge in a Pear Tree
by Karen Stephenson
A 12" x 19½" freestanding panel with a peaceful gray, brown, and white partridge perched atop a pear tree. The tree's dense white opal pot and festoons of red ribbon complete this design. This piece is perfect for your Christmas home décor or holiday centerpiece. This project is constructed using the copper foil technique.

16-Page Pullout Pattern Section

Poinsettia Ring Kit
by Studio One Art Glass
An 8¼"-diameter round, free-form poinsettia suncatcher constructed with the use of a kit. The circular ring holds a bright-red poinsettia, with leaves spilling past the bottom border to add interest. Green leaves and center berries, as well as the twisted wire accents, add the finishing touches to this easy but delightful beginner Christmas project. This project is constructed using lead U-channel.

Grapes
by Barbara Berne
A 6" x 12" accent panel lamp showing clusters of dark purple grapes and green leaves spilling down the sides of this prism-shaped accent piece. The lamp is mounted on a triangular wooden base. The dark amber opal background provides a rich contrast to the contemporary grape design. This project is constructed using the copper foil technique. The pattern in the issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #111 may be purchased from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Personalized Etched Ornaments
by Norm and Ruth Dobbins
An article providing detailed instructions and materials lists for creating various shapes and sizes of ornaments for decorating your Christmas tree or for making long-prized gifts for friends and family. Especially featured is the use of monograms and Christmas emblems. These projects are made with the use of sandblasting as well as etching cream.

Christmas Past & Christmas Presents

by Marcie Davis
An article with instructions for forming blown glass Christmas globe ornaments from Glaskolben. Instructions are also included for making glass icicles using hot glass techniques, along with an interesting background on the beginnings of handblown ornaments.

The Moth
by Flight Into Fantasy
An 8" x 6" free-form moth from a kit. The moth's wings are fashioned from amber, lavender, and purple glass and rest on its preformed metal body. A great addition to any insect lover's collection. This project is constructed using the copper foil technique.

Deck the Neck with a Decal

by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
Instructions for making a fused necklace using Christmas decals of Victorian Santas. Information is provided on creating the beads, applying and fusing the decals, and finishing the necklace.

Poinsettia Plate

by Margot Clark
An 11" draped Christmas plate decorated with kiln-fired paints. Instructions and tips are provided for applying the glass paints and for firing the colors.

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