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The Winter 2020 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® presents designs to help you create beautiful winter, wildlife, and landscape themed projects. Included are a vintage-inspired gold filigree ornament by Lidia K. Anderson, a painted Jaipur elephant design by Leslie Gibbs, a snowflake created with beveled glass and jewels by Deverie Wood, and a round gothic window by Chantal Paré. You can also find a Victorian flame panel from Paned Expressions Studios, a desert aura design from Alecia Richardson, a Blue Jay portrait from Marianne Crivellaro, a deer panel from Jean Beaulieu and a design featuring a bald eagle in flight by Terra Parma. For warm glass enthusiasts, there is a winter tree landscape by Alysa Phiel, a buzzing bee plate by Lisa Vogt, a nautilus design from Aanraku Glass Studios, a look at multilevel firings for glass art from Dennis Brady, ways to use found objects to make latex rubber molds for Freeze and Fuse projects, and tips from Bob Leatherbarrow for expanding your color palette. A striking three-dimensional ice fishing shack wind chime by Robin Anderson and steps for repairing a kiln door from Arnold Howard round out this great issue. Subscribe today at www.GlassPatterns.com.



The Fall 2020 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® presents designs to help you create wonderful autumn, Halloween, Christmas, and holiday themed projects. Included are stained glass projects featuring a praying angel panel from Pat Chase, a wise owl perched atop a jack-o’-lantern from Leslie Gibbs, a beautiful rainbow mandala dream catcher from David Kennedy, and a landscape with quails in a Southwestern setting from Jennifer Cole and Cindy Dow Savary. If you’re looking for stained glass projects to dress up your home for the holidays, try a design with a bountiful arrangement of pumpkins and gourds by Marry Harris, a beautiful window by Chantal Paré with marine animals in fall colors, a Santa-like holiday sprite by Dionē Roberts, a candy can wreath by Terra Parma and Stained Glass Images, and a Halloween witch flying across the night sky by Paned Expressions Studios. For warm glass enthusiasts, there is a lamp cover with an eerie Halloween scene created by Warren Norgaard using precut glass shapes from Milkweed Arts Studio, a fused glass menorah for celebrating Hanukkah by Alysa Phiel, and tips from Bob Leatherbarrow for controlling the amount of slump in glass. A fall landscape by Robin Anderson, a striking three-dimensional church nativity scene with a wooden frame by Angela and Werner Mirring, layered glass holiday gift coasters decorated with stenciled flowers and insect millefiori by Nonnie Lyketsos, and tips for checking your glass kiln’s wiring from Arnold Howard round out this great issue. www.GlassPatterns.com.


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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!)

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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)

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“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)

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