Sam Halstead has produced a Stained Glass documentary he wants to share with all of us, so he’s placed it in the public domain. As Sam said: “So it is kind of my “swansong” and maybe also just giving something back for all the joy I have had working with glass and glass artists.” You […]
We all seem to live in 2 different worlds these days: the virtual online social media sphere and our own, 2-feet-planted-firmly, gotta get our chores done space. So where do we like to share our stained glass projects and our artglass-in-progress photos? Do you have lots of your project photos on your phone? We love to see photos […]
Summer is here in Maryland, and we’re happy to bring you our newest free monthly stained glass pattern: “Summer” rectangular stained glass panel 34″ x 16″ 315 pieces Fun! Feel free to share the link, tweet it, and help us to spread the word to glass fan-atics, mosaic artists, glass painters, quilters, woodworkers and cross-stitchers. Enjoy!
Happy Independence Day. Here’s a fave design: a beautiful Eagle and American Flag stained glass panel made by Vic Gordon, from our Paned Expressions custom pattern. Enjoy!
Get ready to break some glass! Bullseye Glass has been approved to use chromium again and is firing up to make some of their gorgeous green glass. http://mailchi.mp/bullseyeglass/0x0tatbmig?e=06e23006ec Happy Glassbreaking!
John Michael created a lovely detailed Zebra mosaic from our “Into Africa” Pattern CD, from Glass by Appointment Studio. Stunning! For all you glass mosaic fans, enjoy! Special thanks to John Michael as we so appreciate your sharing with all of us, and somehow missed the original email.
Have you been looking for that special beach scene to create in stained glass, fused glass or mosaic? Here’s Summer Solstice 30″ wide x 25″ high & 148 pieces, available as a downloadable pattern. Just choose the format you like, remember where you download to, open the file, print, and get started on your panel.
Steve Fowler of Focal Point Glassworks sent us a photo of the finished Blue Heron sidelite. He created this panel using lead came. Beautiful job and such great glass choices! Thank you for sharing it, Steve!
Spring is here in Maryland, and we’ve created a special stained glass sidelite design of a Blue Heron wading. We recommend the minimum size for this panel to be 16.75″ wide x 61.25″ high and you could create this using lead came or copper foil method. There are 269 pieces. Check out the next post […]