Stained Glass Workshop
“Di Spirito expands the visual and dictionary definition of what it means to put colored glass together. [She] presents in-depth information on glass and techniques. Five projects, one each for her identified types, are well positioned for both beginners and somewhat experienced crafters....The final touch is a panoply of thirtysomething pages filled with designs to copy.”—Booklist.
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