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Winter 1999 **DIGITAL**

Winter 1999 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0249GPQWI99DIG
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Cultivating Orchids—Making a Box and Lamp Set
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16" cone-shaped floral shade featuring a spray of two white orchids with bud springing from a dark green leaf cluster. This project is constructed with copper foil. The 5-3/4" green copper foil box displays a single white orchid atop a hexagonal box.

Lover's Heart—Beginner Etching Project
Design by Patricia Baker-Torrey and Barbara Hartley
A 7-1/2" suncatcher made of interlocking hearts constructed with copper foil and etched with names and dates. This beginner project is perfect for special occasion gift giving.

The Looking Glasses—Turning Scrap Glass into Fine Art
Design by Christine Stewart
An 18" x 24" rectangular panel with mosaic pattern of greens and blues with border of pale blue opal. The design surrounds an oval beveled mirror. The mosaic makes great use of scrap glass and is reminiscent of a forest scene, with a suggestion of leaves, vines, and glimpses of sky.

Shelter from the Storm—Adding Detail with Paint and Wire Overlay
Design by Leslie Gibbs
A 19-1/4" freeform arched panel. This winter snow scene shows two rabbits huddled together beneath a snow-laden branch, where a cardinal is perched. A striking blue sky and shimmering icicles complete this landscape. The project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Delicacies—Making Your Own Dinnerware with Paint on Glass

Design by Paula Kinman
A 15" painted plate and charger made of double-strength window glass. Airbrush and regular brush techniques are used to create these plates, which can easily be personalized with original designs.

Window Onto an English Garden—Adapting a Classic Arts and Crafts Design to Glass
Design by Carolyn Relei
A 17-1/2" x 28-3/8 " oval panel filled with flowers of pink, blue, and lavender intertwined with brown vines and green leaves set against a white background. The striking intricacies of this design were inspired by the works of William Morris and depict many different textures and shadings. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #88 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Banish the Darkness—Personalizing a Lamp Made From a Kit
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 5"x 7"x 5" porch lamp shade with amber interlocking circles resting on a border of dark brown and a background of bone cast opal Aqualite. Built from an Old California kit that is prewired, the lamp colors can be changed to fit any decorating scheme. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Hearts on Fire

Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
A 1-1/2" fused heart pendant made from dichroic glass with detail added through the use of stickers and etching cream. Perfect for Valentine's Day or any other gift time.

Magic Hour
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 7-1/2" diameter geometric clock that makes the most of light by backing the glass with a mirror to make the colors come alive. The mirror also hides the clock works. This project is constructed with copper foil, and small overlay pieces are attached on top of the design lines.

Glass Light—Projects for Fusing

Design by Martina Huson
A 6"x 6" fused and slumped candle cover. The curved, rectangular shape features diamond-shaped blocks of color outlined in contrasting stripes with geometric flower shapes in the center of the cover.

One from the Heart —A Marriage of Wire and Glass
Design by Deverie Wood
A 7"x 7-3/4" delicate suncatcher with open, heart-shaped design formed from a pale pink rose and bud, green leaves, and copper wire stems. A jewel is suspended from the rose, and black patina accentuates the glass. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Decorative Colored Bottle—Turning Bits and Pieces into a Thing of Beauty
Design by Barbara Carr
Making a flat-sided bottle come alive with scraps of such things as mirrors, iridized glass, dichroic glass, and nuggets. Instructions are given in the issue. No pattern is required for this project.

Vintage Auto
Design by Mark Waterbury
29"x53" A project for the Advanced Glass Crafter because of size and number of pieces. Design depicts a antique auto retired to a barn full of chickens. Project featured in Armstrong Glass Co Ad inside back cover. Full size pattern available by ordering pattern #83 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.