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Fall 1986 **DIGITAL**

Fall 1986 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0315GPQFA86DIG
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Letters from Our Readers

Dear Readers

Book Reviews

One Word Country Roads published by The Glass Department
101 Beveled Cluster Designs published by Architectural Emphasis
Introduction to Stained Glass, A Teaching Manual published by Wardell Publications
More Window Shopping published by Window Shopping, Inc.

Glass Update

Guest Designer Interview with Donna Schulze

Scarlett's Web
Design by Donna Schulze
A 12" octagonal panel with fall leaves of orange and amber and a spider web. A three-dimensional spider is formed from nuggets. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Glass Fusing Beautifully Simple
Design by Jerry and Jan Patten
An oval fused and slumped glass plate with blue flowers on a green background.

Classy Joints on the Seamy Sides
By Kay Bain Weiner
Information on how to add decorative solder to copper foiled seams.

Dutch Treat

Design by Sharon Mech
A 12" round bird and butterfly panel with red gray and blue Pennsylvania Dutch motif. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Fans Across America—A Trio of Fan Projects

Design by Chick Iglehart
A set of fan panels that includes: a 10-3/4"x 7" hot air balloon fan; a 10-1/2"x 7" floral fan with daisies and tulips; and a bird fan with mallard duck flying through cattails. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Video Review
Working with Glass the Morton Way from Morton Glass Works.

Tool Review
A review of the Foil-O-Matic and the Kwik-Crimp tools.

The Artists' Challenge
A report on winners of "The Artists' Challenge" sponsored by Delphi Stained Glass.

Think Zinc
A 20"x 16" rectangular panel with stylized fruit in red, yellow, and green on a background of white. This project is constructed with zinc channel.

Birds of a Feather Hang Together
A trio of freeform bird suncatchers including: a 12" scarlet Macaw; a 3"x 13-3/4" Australian king parakeet mounted on a ring perch; and a 6-1/2"x 4-1/2" toucan mounted on a ring perch. This project is constructed with copper foil.

This Jolly Ol' Elf Gets the Lead Out
Design by Chick Iglehart
A 6-1/4"x 8-1/4" freeform suncatcher with profile of Santa in red, white, and flesh tones. This project is constructed with lead.

Want to See My Etchings?
By Syd Picone
Tips for using chemical etching agents to personalize and decorate inexpensive glass objects for home decoration.

Wasser Glass/Glass Hues
A round floral fused plate with blue flowers and green leaves on a background of white. This project is constructed using Wasser Pre-Cut Kits.

Memory Lite

News and New Products

Kokomo's Color by the Numbers

Design by Naiad Razor
A rectangular floral, fruit, and portrait panel created to demonstrate the use of Kokomo solid opals. Panel shows a woman reclining in a chair surrounded by clusters of grapes, flowering stalks, and fern fronds.

How to Etch Glass Part 3—Beginning Techniques in Deep Carving
Design by Norm Dobbins
A 10"x 13-1/4" oval etched panel with morning glories, leaves, and vines. This project is constructed using the deep carving technique.

Fused Tree Lamp
Design by Linda Joy Marx
A 10-1/2"x 8-3/4" fan lamp shade with brown tree trunk and green leaves against a white background. This project is constructed with fused glass.

Christmas Ornament the Sun Helped Make
A set of suncatcher made using SUNSET one-part flexible glass adhesive includes: a 2-1/2"x 4-1/2" freeform doll ornament; a 3-3/4"x 3-1/2" freeform ornament with a cat asleep on a box; and a triangular Christmas tree with stripes and dots. The adhesive cures in the sun and does not require kiln firing.

You Deserve the Best in Your Stained Glass Store
By Sharon Mech
An article with tips for helping glass retailers make their stores customer friendly.

A dome-shaped bird lamp shade with a row of puffins marching around a blue grid background. The project is constructed with H.L. Worden’s Magic Strip™ Pattern Packet, which contains the pattern, glass, and materials needed for the shade. This project is constructed with copper foil.

News and New Products

Reworking Patterns to Fit Stock Frames

Information needed to resize a pattern to fit a conventional frame.