120 Traditional Stained Glass Patterns

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Courier Corporation, 1988 - Crafts & Hobbies - 60 pages
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Here's an affordable sourcebook that will prove helpful and inspiring to anyone wanting to add sparkle to their next stained glass project.
Noted stained glass designer Ed Sibbett, Jr., has created 120 traditional patterns — ­for use by beginning or advanced craftworkers — that will enhance just about any element of interior decor. Patterns include lovely ovals with repeating circular motifs, bold florals in rectangular frames, intriguing abstracts, highly stylized geometrics with triangular, square, and elliptical figures, and much more.
Easy-to-follow instructions and clear diagrams show how to produce attractive designs suitable for door and window panels, lightcatchers, mirrors, mobiles, lamp shades and other items. These convenient, workable stained glass patterns make it easy to add a note of timeless elegance to almost any environment.
 

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