The Spring 2014 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly celebrates Glass in the Garden with nine tutorials plus four additional designs for stained, fused, etched, and sandblasted glass. These full-color tutorials offer something for every level of expertise. What’s new in products and services and a list of stained glass supply shops around the country round out this exciting issue.
The Winter 2013 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly features a tribute to nature with patterns for wildlife, a few domesticated animals, and a dragonfly-inspired fireplace screen plus a striking Northern Lights designs. Seven tutorials plus five additional patterns cover everything from stained glass and painted glass to fused glass and a hot mosaic panel. These four-color, step-by-step tutorials offer something for every level of expertise from beginning glass hobbyist to advanced artist. What’s new in products and services and a list of stained glass supply shops around the country round out this fabulous .
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