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Summer 1996 **DIGITAL**

Summer 1996 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0276GPQSU96DIG
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Loons & Lotus
Adaptation by Mark Waterbury
A 24" square bird and floral panel with loons swimming in water of deep blue and purple past water reeds and floating lilies. An opal/amber/royal blue sky completes this scene. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #57 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Book Reviews
Conservation of Stained Glass in America: A Manual for Studios & Caretakers published by Art in Architecture Press
Prairie Designs for Stained Glass Windows published by Cliffside Studio
Scrap Happy published by Suzanne Cooper, Inc.
More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Glass Beadmaking published by GlassWear Studios

Bluewing
Design by Jillian Sawyer A 12"x 9-5/8" freeform fairy and floral suncatcher with a dainty fairy dressed in vivid blue resting against a flower of light amber/opal with dark green leaves. This project is constructed with copper foil. Difficulty is added to this project by the tiny pieces required for the wings and flower petals.

Sailboat
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 20"x 28" rectangular seascape panel with sailboat at full mast on turquoise waters against green land, fluffy white clouds, and light blue sky. Skillful glass selection adds depth and realism to this project. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #58 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Woven Foil Shade
Design by Donna Schulze
An 8-3/4" trapezoid-shaped geometric panel lamp shade formed from deep teal green glass with center inserts made of interwoven strips of copper foil. The project is also constructed with copper foil.

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Sunflower Basket
Design by Terra Parma
A 17-7/8"x 18" octagonal floral still life panel constructed with copper foil displaying a basket filled with sunflowers and a cream-colored hat adorned with a white ribbon.

Etched Box top—Etch This Pattern Three Ways
Design by Debra Oxley
A 9"x 6" rectangular etched geometric art nouveau box top. This project is suitable for beginners to intermediate artists, since it can be etched with chemical etching aids or multi-stage carving.

Spider Plant—Back to the Basics
Design by Marianne Warner
A 7-3/4"x 10-1/4" freeform floral three-dimensional suncatcher showing bright red flowerpot with healthy spider plant and dangling shoots. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Sunflower Clock
Design by Vicki Payne
A 13-3/4"x 13-5/8" octagonal floral clock with large brown center surrounded by yellow, white, and pale green petals on a background of dark green. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Bass
Design by H. L. Worden
A freeform fish suncatcher with a large mouth bass ready to jump for the bait. The project is constructed using Worden’s Bass Kit. Myriad possibilities exist by selecting different types and colors of glass. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern is available in the kit.

Hurricane Lamp—Mosaic Candleholder
Design by Dave Burnett
A mosaic candleholder made by gluing colored glass geometrics to a clear glass hurricane shade and filing in the spaces with a special grouting mixture. The size of the glass pieces varies according to the size and shape of the hurricane globe used for the project.

Bunny and Stick Horse

Adapted by Mark Waterbury
A 6-3/4"x 9" oval painted animal suncatcher with bunny riding a stick horse. The scene is painted on fusible glass and kiln-fired for permanence. A complete set of seven suncatcher patterns with bunny and duck themes can be obtained by ordering pattern #55 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Rabbit with Flowers
Design by Mark Waterbury
An 8"x 10-7/8" oval painted animal suncatcher with rabbit in gold dress carrying a lily of the valley bouquet. The project is colored with paint that requires no kiln-firing. A complete set of seven suncatcher patterns with bunny and duck themes can be obtained by ordering pattern #55 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

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