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Fall 1998 **DIGITAL**

Fall 1998 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0257GPQFA98DIG
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Happy Landings—Creating a Panel Drawn from Nature
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 20" x 28" rectangular floral panel showing bird-of-paradise flowers standing above their large green leaves, getting ready to play host to butterflies. A cream background features a white rectangular border with softened, rounded corners. 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 #76 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Harvest Bounty

Design by Eva and Volker Volkmann
A 19"x 15-5/8" rectangular vegetable and floral panel featuring a pumpkin, squash, orange-and-amber flowers, and graceful, leaved vines on a white background. A white border with amber corner pieces finishes off this project. There are some small pieces, but they are all assembled with simple soldering and constructed with copper foil.

Rope Shade—Designing Your Own Lamp

Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16" dome-shaped, lamp shade constructed with copper foil with and H.L. Worden's FullForm™ and Designing Grid. The mottles and curves of the rich central border are offset by rows of straight-line, cream-colored rectangular pieces.

Amazing Grace

Design by Connie Clough Eaton
A 22-1/8" square angel panel showing white clouds supporting the arms, shoulders, and head of a wistful angel gazing toward the heavens. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used. The pattern can be enlarged or reduced to fit different size frames.

Book Reviews

Steppin' Out into the Garden! Published by Cliff Kennedy
Homespun Country, Images by Terra published by Stained Glass Images, Inc.
North American Wildlife, Vol. 1 published by Walrus Publications
Living with Art Glass published by Carolyn Kyle and Yvonne Barlog

Keeper—Building Glass in Three Dimensions
Design by Geneva Perkins
A 5-1/2"x 7-1/4" freestanding freeform fish suncatcher constructed with copper foil. The fish jumps from three-dimensional waves of royal blue. Uses a smooth jewel for the eye of the fish and iridized glass to give the water a wet look.

Thousands of Flowers
Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
A necklace of glass disks made from Moretti millefiori and links of chain. Clear glass is used on top of the millefiori to give them depth and create a "paperweight" effect for the glass disks.

Giraffes Sharing Lunch—Using Glass Adhesives to Achieve Realism
Design by Leslie Gibbs
A 16-1/8"x 12" oval animal panel with two giraffes sharing the same leafy branch. Realistic animal spots are created by gluing glass to the back of the panel with UV adhesive. The spots can also be painted on the back of the glass. This project is constructed with copper foil, but lead came could also be used.

Noteworthy—Making a Music Box with an Art Glass Top
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 9"x 6" rectangular geometric music box top constructed with copper foil in iridescent amber and green. Emerald jewels add the finishing touch to this arched design.

Corner Ornament—Using Channeled Zinc for Strength
Design by Kristine Seibert
A 14-7/8"x 29-1/4" triangular floral corner ornament constructed with copper foil and filled with deep pink blooms cascading down the side amidst dark green leaves. The flowers favor Christmas poinsettias when done in a bright red, but other flowers will come forth with a change in choice of colors. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #80 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Kugler Flower Lamp—Building a Six-Panel Lamp Shade
Design by Joan Kugler
A petite six-panel lamp shade constructed with copper foil from a kit by Kugler Art Studios. The kit provides precut and prepainted panels waiting to be assembled, tack-soldered, and finish-beaded.

Upcoming Events

Blown Glass Ornaments—Breathing Beauty into Your Holidays

Design by Jeff Eckes
Instructions for blowing Christmas ornaments with 90.0 fusible-compatible glasses. Tube sizes are included along with diagrams.

MosaicArt™ Clock—"Saving Time" with MosaicStone™ Cement
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 12" round mosaic geometric clock created from a MosaicArt™ clock kit. The project uses steel gray and white for numbers and black and white for background. MosaicStone™ cement finishes the project.

News and New Products

Stashing with Style—Building a Mini-Earring Stand
Design by Len Edwards
An 11-1/2"x 7-1/4" geometric mini-earring stand with interlocking circles. One has brass bars that are handy for holding necklaces and bracelets, while the perforated plate on the other half keeps earrings nicely paired. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Belle of the Bells—Building a Ringing Collectable Bell from a Kit
Design by Sherri Johnson
A beautiful iridescent soft white Waterglass® bell created from Johnson's Creative Crafts Swirl Bell Kit. This bell makes a perfect gift or Christmas project. Parts for the true chime are included. Pattern comes with the kit.