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Spring 1986 **DIGITAL**

Spring 1986 **DIGITAL**
Brand: Glass Patterns Quarterly Magazine
Product Code: 0317GPQSP86DIG
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Features

Digital Version for Download--Print Version Sold Out--CD Version also available

From the Editor

Book Reviews
Light Fantastique published by Papillon Publications
Stained Glass for Everyone published by Carolyn Kyle
Stained Glass Primer, Vol. 1 published by Mollica Press
Art Glass Images published by Aurora Publications

Glass Update

News and New Products

A Talk with Carolyn Kyle


Spring Things
Design by Carolyn Kyle
A 10"x 12" rectangular floral panel with two large orange-red tulips and green leaves on a background of white. The piece is bordered with swirls of amber and brown. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Magnolia Blossom Mirror
Design by Chick Iglehart
An 11"x 14" soft-cornered rectangular floral mirror with magnolia blossom resting on a circle of leaves. The piece is created to be used wit the Dresser Top Mirror Frame by Emerson Woodworks. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Butterfly Mirror
Design by Chick Iglehart
An 11"x 14x" soft-cornered rectangular butterfly mirror with amber and pink butterfly resting on a blue border. This piece created for use with The Dresser Top Mirror Frame by Emerson Woodworks. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Mort Meets Morton—"Breakin' Out with the M-80"
A tool review of the M-80 glass-breaking tool by Morton.

Blossom Box

Design by Chick Iglehart
An 8-1/4"x 8-3/4"x 2" rectangular floral glass box with a spray of purple violets and green leaves on the lid. This project is constructed with copper foil.

Balloon Odyssey
Design by Max Horton
A 16-1/4"x 20" rectangular panel with hot air balloon in red, yellow, blue, and black. Black paint is used on the gondola and to add small details. Copper foil overlay is used for the balloon straps.

Grape Expectations
Design by Chick Iglehart
An 8"x 10" rectangular fruit panel with two large bunches of deep purple grapes and two glasses of wine sitting on a red and white checkered cloth. Subject pieces spill over the amber border. This project is constructed with copper foil.

The Three Stages of Learning in Glass Fusing
By John R. Hohenshelt
This article covers the main stages of glass fusing.

Kitchen Cut-Ups

Design by Edith Ash
An 8"x 10" rectangular, bird panel with proud rooster and mother hen, in ivory, amber, blue, and green.

News and New Products


The Victorian Trident

Design by Chick Iglehart
A 9-3/4"x 6-1/2" fan-shaped suncatcher with clear Victorian trident decorated with a blue jewel. The piece is bordered in amber-brown. This project is constructed with black-back copper foil.

Cherry Fan
Design by Chick Iglehart
A 10"x 5-1/4" fn-shaped suncatcher with red cherries and green leaves attached to a branch. This project is constructed with copper foil, and details are added with black paint.

Leftovers—Ice Truck
Design by Todd Walker
A freeform ice truck suncatcher created with scrap glass bevel in green and pink. This project is constructed with copper foil, and details are added with a black paint pen.

Leftovers—Home Sweet Home

Design by Todd Walker
A 6-1/4"x 3-3/4" freeform suncatcher with scene of a house in the woods atop a rectangular scrap bevel. This project is constructed with copper foil, and details are added with a black pen.

Leftovers—Jack-in-the-Box
Design by Todd Walker
A 6-3/4"x 7" freeform toy suncatcher with jack-in-the-box jumping out of a box made from a scrap bevel. Done is yellow and orange-red. This project is constructed with copper foil, and details are added with a black paint pen.

Orange Shade

Design by Chick Iglehart
A six-panel lamp, angled dome-shaped fruit lamp shade with background of white and a bottom border of orange clusters and leaf sprays.

How to Etch Glass Part 1
By Norm Dobbins
A rectangular etched panel with etched rose bud made by using a sandblasting cabinet. Information is given on the differences between chemical etching and sandblasting.