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Glass Patterns Quarterly magazine offers over a dozen projects in every issue, with full-size patterns
right in the center of each magazine. Step-by-step instructions will help take the mystery out of stained glass. You can
learn to create your own stained glass windows, Tiffany-style lamps, suncatchers and gift ideas! Every successful
studio should have in their library every issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly that is available.
Vol. 38-1 Spring 2022
Takes a look at DIY Home Decor, Lighting, and Wall Art. Included are stained glass projects for a Pressed Flower Moon Phase panel
by Samantha Ashley, a Mid-Century Wall Clock by Chantal Paré, a Quick and Easy Mosaic Mirror by Carrie Strope, and a Loving Heart panel
by Leslie Gibbs. Also included are a Yellow Rose Fan Lamp by Carrie Deutsch, an Art Deco style panel by Suzanne Cooper, a Wall Clock
featuring wild birds by Evamarie Volkmann, and a Van Gogh–style still life panel of Poppies in a Vase by Cindy Dow Savary. Warm glass
enthusiasts will find techniques for creating patterned glass replacements for a leaded window restoration by Mark Lauckner, how to use
steel mesh to make Bumple Glass by Dennis Brady, a look at using grit theory for cold working glass by Paul Tarlow, fusing frit and glass
dots to decorate a fishbowl design by Mary Sherwood, and a layered geometric-shaped wall clock by Pertra Kaiser. Information on the need
for kiln voltages and building voltages to match from Arnold Howard round out this fantastic issue.
Vol. 37-4 Winter 2021
Included are stained glass projects for an abstract Mountain Bear
design by Alecia Richardson, Penguin designs by Cindy Dow Savary and Leslie
Gibbs, a Cardinal scene by Carrie Deutsch, and a Woodland Deer Ornament by Lidia
K. Anderson. Also included are a Praise angel by Pat Chase, a Brutalist Style
Owl design by Chantal Paré, a Victorian Tulip Scroll panel by Paned Expressions
Studios, a Welcome landscape panel by Lisa Vogt, and a design featuring a pair
of loving parrots by Terra Parma of Stained Glass Images. Warm glass enthusiasts
will find suggested firing schedules for kiln formed glass from Bob
Leatherbarrow, a three-dimensional kiln cast tree design by Mark Lauckner, a
fused and slumped Glass Confetti Tray by Ann Klem, a snowy Winter Woods scene by
Dionē Roberts, and a Lighted Glass Stand and fused glass sculpture from Petra
Kaiser that features an abstract landscape design. Tips for Learning to Master
Firing Schedules from Arnold Howard round out the issue.
Vol. 37-3 Fall 2021
Get ready to celebrate Autumn and the upcoming holiday season.
Included are stained glass projects for an Autumn Leaves Wreath Suncatcher by Lidia K. Anderson,
a look at the Rocky Mountains Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Train by Cindy Dow Savary, and memories
of trips to pick out the family Christmas tree by Carrie Deutsch. You’ll also find a Cubist Cat
panel by Chantal Paré, a Spider Web design by Alecia Richardson, and a Jeweled Floral Circular
Panel by Jenny Westphal. Stained glass projects also include two holiday panels, Christmas Bells
and Holy Night from Stained Glass Images by Terra Parma, a Christmas Angel free-form design by Lisa
Vogt, and Teddy Bear and Present by Jean Beaulieu. Warm glass enthusiasts will find a set of Little
Monsters including Frankenstein and his Bride, the Mummy, and Count Dracula from Leslie Gibbs, a
colorful murrine autumn tree by Alysa Phiel, Holiday Stars and the North Star made with molds by
Craig Smith from Colour de Verre, Santa delivering his goodies by Dionē Roberts, and a set of pendants
and earrings by Petra Kaiser. Techniques for avoiding bubbles between layers of fused glass from Paul
Tarlow and preventing rust in your kiln from Arnold Howard round out this fantastic issue.
Vol. 37-2 Summer 2021
The Spring 2021 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly includes
stained glass projects for Upside-Down Hanging Planters by Lidia K. Anderson, a
Cyclamen window by Chantal Paré, and two different calla lily designs, Pink
Perfection by Leslie Gibbs and Grateful by Dionē Roberts. You’ll also find an
Orchid Panel by Carrie Deutsch, Forest Floor by Alecia Richardson, and Luna Moth
with Poppies by Cindy Dow Savary, all based on patterns from Justin Behnke, plus
Sandpiper from Paned Expressions Studios, Lighthouse by Terra Parma and Stained
Glass Images, and Deep Sea design from Aanraku Glass Studios. For warm glass
enthusiasts, there is Forever Rose by Wesley Wong made from glass powder wafers,
Dragon Design by Richard La Londe featuring his Liquid Glass Line technique, a
freestanding Dogwood Lantern by Lisa Vogt, and a hanging Pollinator Water Dish
by Petra Kaiser. Techniques for taking the shock out of the brittle zone from
Bob Leatherbarrow and mistakes to avoid in maintaining a glass kiln from Arnold
Howard round out this fantastic issue.
Vol. 36-4 Winter 2020
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.
Vol. 35-4 Winter 2019
3-D Winter Icicles - Three-dimensional hanging icicles created with clear and textured scrap glass.
Scenic Overlook - A 48" x 25" rectangular stained glass landscape featuring a mule deer.
Sweet Heart - A free-form stained glass panel featuring Light Aquamarine Blue heart surrounded by fluttering hummingbirds.
Flying Duck - A 24" x 17.5" stained glass wildlife design featuring a mallard duck in flight.
Glendalough - A circular stained glass landscape panel featuring the monastic ruins at Glendalough in Ireland.
Funky Frannie - A free-form stained glass angel panel featuring a flying angel and her bluebird friend.
Swallowtail - A 17.5" circular stained glass panel featuring a stunning swallowtail butterfly resting on a floral spray.
Prairie Style Snowflake - A 15.75" x 18.125" hexagonal snowflake design created
with geometric-shaped cuts of English Muffle, Dew Drop Iridescent, Figure C Textured, and Aerolite glasses.
Orchids - A 6" x 9.25" free-form stained glass panel featuring large orchid blossoms.
16-Page Full-Size Pattern Section
Buzzy Beehive - An 18" circular stained glass design featuring bees buzzing around their hive.
Cardinal in a Pine Tree - An 8" x 10" free-form fused glass panel featuring a bright red cardinal perched on a pine bough.
Kiln Corner - Simple Thermocouple Repairs - Understanding how a thermocouple works,
the part of a digital kiln that serves as the temperature sensor, is an important part of being a fused glass artist.
Sparkling Snowflake - Geometric-shaped fused glass snowflakes created with Clear and Transparent Blue 96 COE glass.
Sizzle Stix Puzzle Pendant - A quick and easy project for adding small lengths of Rainbow Sizzle Stix in various arrangements
to add interest and striking colors to 1 1/2" square glass pendants.
Amaryllis - A 10 5/8" x 24-5/6" fused glass panel featuring several large amaryllis blooms with their stem, leaves, and bulb.
Starfish Reactive Tray - An 8" x 8" fused and slumped tray created from float glass sheet and frits plus a precut float glass starfish shape.
Embossed Glass - A 12" x 12" embossed glass deer head design made from clear and amber 96 COE glass.
Getting It All Together - Tips for Making an Adjustable Tool Organizer - Instructions for making a slotted 14" x 10.754" x 4" organizer from a wooden box and white corrugated plastic sheet.