Perfect for a variety of skill levels, this collection presents an impressive array of beautiful stained glass patterns. Images include a tropical sunrise, Tuscan vineyard, and New England country church, along with ocean waves, a graceful crane, and other animals, plus abstract landscapes and seasca... read more
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Perfect for a variety of skill levels, this collection presents an impressive array of beautiful stained glass patterns. Images include a tropical sunrise, Tuscan vineyard, and New England country church, along with ocean waves, a graceful crane, and other animals, plus abstract landscapes and seascapes. Ninety different motifs, shown in black and white and in 8 pages of color plates, offer an array of options for stained glass projects, including window panes, lampshade panels, light catchers, mobiles, and more. Artisans can easily reduce or enlarge each pattern to adapt the designs to countless creative projects. An excellent resource for the creation of elegant stained glass art, this book also offers design inspiration for print, textile, needlework, and other craft projects.
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