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The Fall 2022 Autumn, Halloween and Holidays issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® features wonderful tutorials and informative articles to help glass artists and hobbyists grow. Included are a stained glass holly wreath by Kara Bussey, a multicolored autumn leaf panel by Dionē Roberts, and two stained glass designs featuring sunflowers and pumpkins by Samantha Ashley and Cindy Dow Savary. Also included are a rural fall wagon wheel scene by Carrie Deutsch, a Tudor lantern by Chantal Paré, Christmas scenes, with a lion and lamb by Terra Parma and the nativity with a brilliant star by Evamarie Volkmann, and a zombie fright night panel by Leslie Gibbs. Warm glass enthusiasts will find ways to create clay molds for firing Christmas ornaments by Mark Lauckner, a slumped holiday ornament bowl by Lisa Vogt, shark teeth pendants by Leslie Gibbs, and a kiln formed flower bowl by Petra Kaiser.  Paul Tarlow offers tips for overcoming devitrification when firing glass. Arnold Howard gives advice on checking safety switches on glass kilns. Delynn Ellis offers insider tips for selling glass art to round out this fantastic issue. Subscribe today at



The Summer 2022 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® takes a look at garden, beach, and nostalgic themes. Included are stained glass projects for a 3-D Suncatcher by Lidia K. Anderson, a Sea Turtle panel and a Hawaiian Diamond Head landscape by Cindy Dow Savary, a panel with Bunnies in the Garden by Carrie Deutsch, a seventies hippie panel by Sabine Maiberger, and a Froggie suncatcher by Judi Hartman from Paned Expressions Studios. Also included are an Angel Garden Saucer by Pat Chase, an Iris panel by Evamarie Volkmann, a Soul Surfing panel by Leslie Gibbs, and a Calla Lily design by Terra Parma. Warm glass enthusiasts will find techniques for Kiln Casting with Sand Molds by Mark Lauckner, a Flower Power wall hanging by Petra Kaiser, a fused Dragonfly Garden Stake by Lianna Bodzin, and Fused Glass Flowers by Mary Gerlick. Information on the advantages of using low-and-slow kiln schedules from Bob Leatherbarrow and ways to protect kilns that are installed in outdoor settings from Arnold Howard round out this fantastic issue. Subscribe today at


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