The Spring 2021 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly® presents designs for DIY home decor, lighting, and wall art.
Included are stained glass heart suncatchers by Leslie Gibbs, a window by Chantal Paré featuring red heart accents in textured clear glass, Alecia Richardson’s sunflower fan lamp,
and an outdoor scene with three box turtle buddies by Cindy Dow Savary based on a pattern by Michal Adams.
You’ll also find a stained glass version by Savary of the famous Starry Night Van Gogh painting based on a pattern by Chantal Paré, a gleaming panel of dancing butterflies by Carrie Deutsch from a pattern by Kat Patrick,
a still life iris panel from Aanraku Glass Studios, a cat and flowers design by Terra Parma, and a still life daylily panel from Paned Expressions Studios.
For warm glass enthusiasts, there is a pair of fused and slumped pendant lights from Lisa Vogt, geometric fused and slumped plates by Petra Kaiser, an attractive wall plaque decorated with cast frogs and leaves plus words spelled out in fused glass dots by Robin Anderson,
and a tray with stand by Dennis Brady created using woven strips of glass.
Techniques for avoiding bubble trouble when firing glass projects from Paul Tarlow and tips for proper kiln maintenance from Arnold Howard round out this exciting issue.