Decorative Birds Stained Glass Pattern Book

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Courier Corporation, 1992 - Crafts & Hobbies - 60 pages
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This volume offers the stained-glass worker 74 striking patterns for creating a variety of familiar and exotic birds. The subjects include such exotic avian specimens as the peach-faced lovebird, white-bellied caique, and Sulphur-crested cockatoo. Among the other birds depicted in easily workable patterns are the snowy owl, pheasant, raven, Gouldian finch, eagle, cockatiel, Mandarin duck, ring-necked parakeet, hummingbird, crane, quail, peacock, parrot, mynah bird, macaw, racquet-tailed kingfisher, and many other varieties.
The clearly outlined and royalty-free patterns — complete with identifying captions — come in a host of shapes and configurations that make them a versatile resource not only for stained-glass work (panels, windows, lampshades, etc.) but for other crafts and graphic projects as well.


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Linda A. Daniels has taught every level of knitting for the past 15 years. She has owned Northampton Wools since 1988. She creates custom designs sought after by major designers and knitters of all levels from coast to coast. Several of her designs were used in the movie "The Cider House Rules". She lives in South Hadley, Massachusetts.

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