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Fall 1999 **DIGITAL**

Fall 1999 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0250GPQFA99DIG
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Digital Version for Download--Print Version and CD Version also available

Trumpet Vine—Matching Glass to the Subject
Design by Connie Clough Eaton
A 36" x 36" rectangular panel with orange trumpet flower vines, black trellis, and white, amber, and lavender mottled background. Reduced pattern on pattern sheet can be enlarged. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Fleur-de-Lis—Beginning to Work with Lead
Design by Mark Waterbury
An 8"x 10" rectangular lead panel with a graceful amber fleur-de-lis centered on a background of geometric shapes in purple and blue. This beginner project offers details for working with lead channel.

Howling Wolf—Wilderness Music
Design by Laurel Nelson
A 21-7/8" x 32" rectangular panel with a gray wolf howling to an opal moon. Steel blue opal forms the rock where the wolf stands against a blue/purple opal night sky. An amber jewel gives his eye a special gleam. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #87 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

A Golden Touch—Designing Lamps with Textures
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16", cone-shaped lamp shade constructed with copper foil with amber geometric pieces set off by Job's squares turned on their points. Worden's Blank Magic Strips™ are used to build this project and Vertigo glass gives the lamp its texture.

Above and Beyond—Combining Colors, Clear Textures, and Jewels
Design by Mark Waterbury
Light plays through this highly textured 24"x 12" rectangular transom panel. It features glue chip glass for the background and grape wispy for the center geometric design and border. Clear cord surrounds all in a striking border, which is accented with jewels. This project is constructed with black-back copper foil, but lead came black-back could also be used.

Tide Rider—Building a Sea Gull Panel

Design by Lee Gaugh
This 16"x 20" rectangular panel captures a gray and white gull wading in the blue-green waters of the ocean that laps against an opal beach. Long stems of sea plants wave against a sky of blue and white opal. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Book Reviews
Stained Glass Windows of Vision published by Leslie Perlis Studio
For the Love of Hearts published by Deverie Wood
Beyond the Garden Wall published by Kennedy/Kaleidoscope Publishing
Mosaic—Mirrors, Platters, and More published by CKE Publications

Prairie Style Painted Lamp
Design by Dennis Casey
A trapezoid-shaped lamp shade constructed with copper foil with bottom side dimensions of 12" for each of the 4 panels. This Prairie style painted lamp shade sports warm brown, light amber, and leaf green against a background of ivory opalescent. The design forms a cross built of small rectangles and squares in the center of each panel.

Memory Makers—A Primer in Glass Basics
Design by Karla Weaver
A 5-1/4"x 79/16" yellow school bus picture frame formed from copper foil and U-channel zinc. Nuggets make the headlights shine, and the year and other details can be added to the license paint with a little glass paint.

Design by Paul de Halas
A mosaic wrought iron table design featuring a compass displaying a sailboat at full mast on a sea of blue The main round design can be transformed into a hexagon through the use of MosaicArt™ Mix and Match border patterns. Reduced size pattern on pattern sheet can be enlarged.

Fall Leaves—Design Your Own Stepping Stone

Design by Kwik Parts and Mark Waterbury
A 14" round mosaic design featuring swirls of leaves in fall colors against a green background. The design is formed by placing Studio One Kwik Parts leaves in a random design and surrounding them with border pieces to finish the design. A good beginner project, since it requires little glass to be cut. Reduced size pattern on pattern sheet can be enlarged.

News and New products

Fire and Ice
Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
Christmas ornaments randomly formed from Uroboros' Mosaic Frit pieces. This means that no glass needs to be cut, which makes them perfect for parent/child projects. Instructions given in the issue for building these projects. No pattern is required.

A Celebration of Peace

Design by Robin Coulter
A 16-1/2"x 15-3/4" oval constructed with copper foil and formed from a spray of bright red poinsettias with forest green leaves. A white dove carries flutters of light amber ribbon in its beak. The freeform outside and inside borders add interest to this unique project.