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Spring 1996 **DIGITAL**

Spring 1996 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0277GPQSP96DIG
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Birds in Bamboo
Design by Mark Waterbury
An 18"x 23-3/4" rectangular bird and floral panel showing two rose-brown birds perched amongst stalks of bamboo. The project is adapted from a drawing by John James Audubon. A careful choice of colors and attention to the direction of the glass grain makes this piece more realistic. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Book Reviews
Birds of North American Volume 2 published by Walrus Publications
Tiffany Gardens published by The Glass Workbench
The Cat's Meow published by Hixson Studios
GlasDesign Blumen (Flowers) published by Vitrographics Publications

Prairie Style Shade

Design by Steven V. James
A 16" geometric Prairie style lamp shade constructed with copper foil in ice white/peach, gold, and green. Colors can be customized to fit individual décor.

Tulips in Vase
Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16"x 20" oval floral still life panel with red tulips in a turquoise opalume vase. Background is mint green and light amber. This project is constructed with copper foil.

De Rhodes House
Design by Dennis Casey
A rectangular geometric panel constructed with lead or zinc arrowhead shapes of dark green opal and rectangles of dark amber against a background of crystal. Reduced pattern on pattern sheet can be enlarged.

Victorian Stepping Stone—Glass for the Garden

Design by Mark Waterbury
A 16" square mosaic floral stepping stone constructed with Vicki Payne's Stained Glass Mosaic Kit to secure the glass to the base. The dark green leghorn fern leaves rest on a lighter green background. Shape of the stone can be modified to fit personal tastes.

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Design by Daniel Donavan
A 22" square panel of a woman's torso with hand in pocket. This could be a good beginner project, since the cuts are fairly straightforward with mainly large pieces. This project is constructed with copper foil. Pattern in back issue can be enlarged, or full-size pattern #56 is available from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Etched Peacock

Design by Debra Oxley
A 6" round etched bird box top made of aquamarine blue iridescent glass. This stylized peacock can be etched with cream or sandblasted.

Frame of Daisies
Design by Darlene Johnson and Judy Lee
A rectangular painted floral frame with white daisies against a background of diagonal stripes. Airbrushing Unique Glass Colors, which can be thinned with water and used on ceramic or glass, creates this project.

Rabbit Carrying Chicks
Adaptation by Mark Waterbury
A 6-3/4"x 8-3/4" oval painted animal and bird suncatcher that shows a lady rabbit carrying two yellow chicks in her bright red eggshell backpack. The project is fired to make the paint permanent and to fuse the glass. A complete set of seven suncatchers with bunny and duck themes is available by ordering pattern #55 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Bunny in a Hot Air Balloon
Adaptation by Mark Waterbury
A 4-1/2"x 8" freeform painted animal suncatcher with bunny in an egg-shaped hot air balloon. Twisted wire ropes suspend the wicker basket. Paints are sprayed and allowed to dry before applying a UV sealant for protection. A complete set of seven suncatchers with bunny and duck themes is available by ordering pattern #55 from Glass Patterns Quarterly.

Dogwood Box Top
Design by Dave Burnett
A 9"x 6" rectangular fused floral box top with white dogwood blossoms spread across a black background. All of the top pieces are made from thin fusible glass.

Birds on Branches
Design by Marianne Warner
A set of five birds constructed from Warner Crivellaro's Creative Castings™. The pewter-like castings depict tiny bird feet perched on branches that can be soldered to art glass birds to create novel suncatchers. Pattern is available in the kit.

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