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The Summer 2020 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® presents designs to help you create stunning garden, beach, and nostalgia themed project. Loads of stained glass projects include a beveled window planter by Lidia K. Anderson, sea life panel by Leslie Gibbs, tiny flying piggies by Mary Harris, and a backyard bird bath by Terra Parma. Also included are the historic Hook Lighthouse by David Kennedy, a tropical landscape from Paned Expressions Studios, a trio of garden stakes by Dionē Roberts, a sun and stars panel by Lisa Vogt, and a hungry hummingbird by Marianne Crivellaro. Warm glass projects include a beach scene by Michelle Frost, trio of decorated cacti by Alysa Phiel, berry bowl and saucer by Petra Kaiser, cavity casting by Dane Brady, and a keepsake pendant by Susan McGarry. Tips for replacing the lid on a top-loading kiln from Arnold Howard, our 16-Page Pattern Sheet, and a list of glass suppliers near you round out this exciting issue. Subscribe today at www.GlassPatterns.com.

 

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The Spring 2020 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® presents designs to help you create beautiful DIY home decor and wall art. Loads of stained glass projects include dragonflies, butterflies, birds, and florals plus a young maid, The Green Man icon of spring, and a magnificent tiger. Warm glass projects include a dichroic-decorated corset shape, tiny spring vases, a ceiling lamp shade, powder wafer techniques, and a celebration of wild West Coast waves. These and many more fabulous projects are waiting to help you brighten your home. Articles with tips for checking your kiln for needed repairs, a look at the differences between different levels of fusing, our 16-Page Pattern Sheet, and a list of glass suppliers near you round out this exciting issue. Subscribe today at www.GlassPatterns.com.

 


We have flyers available for you to display in your local communities online and off. You can download any or all of these materials by clicking on the PDFs below. Please feel free to personalize these great resources that have been created by Mark Waterbury and provided by Glass Patterns Quarterly magazine by clicking on the alterable PDFs below.

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We want You . . . yes, You . . . to help us spread the word to glass addicts who have fallen away to “Come Back to Glass”! Whether we blast it, melt it, grout it, cut it, or grind it, we all love glass and want more people to join the fun. So if you know someone whose grinder is holding open the cellar door instead of shaping glass, ask them to join us and come on back to glass. (Don’t forget to encourage some newbies, too!)

Sample tweets for all you twitterers:

Calling all former Glass Addicts who want to join the action! Warm up your grinder and “Come Back to Glass.” (109 characters)

Join the “Come Back to Glass” campaign and help promote glass art with free banners and flyers from GPQ. (104 characters)

Join the “Come Back to Glass” campaign and help promote glass art with free banners and flyers from Glass Patterns Quarterly. (125 characters)

“Come Back to Glass” begins now. Help us encourage glass enthusiasts to join the campaign to promote glass art with free materials from GPQ. (140 characters)

Calling all glass enthusiasts! Encourage your friends to join in the fun of creating with glass. Get free promotional materials from GPQ. (135 characters)

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