Tuesday, 20 October 2009 20:00

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Celebrate the arrival of spring with the Spring 2024 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly. Cindy Dow Savary renders a French flower design from an antique wood stove into a beautiful, flowered panel. Make your own stained glass salt lamp with Nate Sipe’s clever project. Designer Kat Patrick created a panel of climbing roses that Carrie Deutsch fabricated. Deke Cameron returns with a ladybug panel that offers options for the final look, and Leslie Gibbs brings us a bold, anatomical heart design. The GPQ staff created patterns of two perennial flowers and an orchid, and Carol Troendle displays her cardinal panel using a modified Paned Expressions design. Evamarie Volkmann brings us a pair of curious woodpeckers. Chantal Paré demonstrates glass painting in her cherry-inspired art. Cristina Schnellboegl guides us through abstract fused landscapes, while Drew Kail shows us how to get texture in a fused tulip suncatcher. Alysa Phiel paints a sunflower with glass powders, while Lois Manno and Bob Leatherbarrow discuss modeling glass. A cluster of cute songbirds by Evamarie Volkmann completes this fantastic issue. Subscribe today at www.GlassPatterns.com


Sit back with the Winter 2023 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® and enjoy the assortment of art inspired by winter wildlife and designs. Lidia K. Anderson creates a Crystal Snowdrop Plant Stake, while Nate Sipe provides us with two different landscape patterns for his Icebound Canopy Tealight Holder. Carrie Deutsch fabricates our cover piece, the Starry Night Snowman by designer Kat Patrick. Leslie Gibbs incorporates sandblasting into her Mother Ocean piece, while Sabine Maiberger demonstrates copper overlay with her Fancy Foil and Frosty! panel. Cindy Dow Savary constructs a panel depicting a Wolf Howling at the Monn, designed by Kat Patrick, and Evamarie Volkmann provides us with patterns for her Winter Crystals project. Kicking off our fusing projects, Anne W. Burtt offers a tutorial for small fused glass wreaths for those last-minute projects, and Drew Kail shows us how to paint Winter Mountain Fused Plates. Alysa Phiel uses dichroic powders to bring shine to her Moonlight Forest design, and Nate Sipe introduces glow-in-the-dark powder in his Glowing Ice Cave Plate. Lois Manno uses her Modeling Glass products to create fused Snowflake Ornaments, while Paul Tarlow covers the basics of fusing separators. The final project is a stunning stained glass Summer Pine Tree by Atelier Design and Paned Expressions Studios. Subscribe today at www.GlassPatterns.com.


 We have flyers available for you to display in your local communities online and off. You can download any or all of these materials by clicking on the PDFs below. Please feel free to personalize these great resources that have been created by Mark Waterbury and provided by Glass Patterns Quarterly magazine by clicking on the alterable PDFs below.

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We want You . . . yes, You . . . to help us spread the word to glass addicts who have fallen away to “Come Back to Glass”! Whether we blast it, melt it, grout it, cut it, or grind it, we all love glass and want more people to join the fun. So if you know someone whose grinder is holding open the cellar door instead of shaping glass, ask them to join us and come on back to glass. (Don’t forget to encourage some newbies, too!)

Sample tweets for all you twitterers:

Calling all former Glass Addicts who want to join the action! Warm up your grinder and “Come Back to Glass.” (109 characters)

Join the “Come Back to Glass” campaign and help promote glass art with free banners and flyers from GPQ. (104 characters)

Join the “Come Back to Glass” campaign and help promote glass art with free banners and flyers from Glass Patterns Quarterly. (125 characters)

“Come Back to Glass” begins now. Help us encourage glass enthusiasts to join the campaign to promote glass art with free materials from GPQ. (140 characters)

Calling all glass enthusiasts! Encourage your friends to join in the fun of creating with glass. Get free promotional materials from GPQ. (135 characters)


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