Here’s the link to our free monthly stained glass pattern for December: “Christmas Stocking” 9″ x 20″ approx Have fun! You can help us get the word out by liking, sharing, tweeting, reposting to mosaic, quilt, cross-stitch, and woodworking peeps, glass painters and glass fans everywhere Happy Glassbreaking!
We are preparing to launch a new section of stained glass patterns to download. What pattern formats do you like and prefer to download? Which stained glass pattern formats work best to resize and reshape? We like .jpg and possibly .pdf. What’s your favorite?
Coming soon! For all of you awaiting stained glass patterns you can download, we are hard at work planning, organizing, and doing all that “nuts-and-bolts” stuff so that we can bring you downloadable stained glass patterns soon. We’ll keep you posted on our progress.
We are celebrating our first year of blog posts. We’ve talked about stained glass patterns, pricing your stained glass projects, shared our free monthly patterns, and shown photos of some of our etched and stained glass projects. Along the way, we’ve gotten to share some of the great work all of you are doing, too. […]
It’s here! Our new Pattern Book on CD with lots of Stained Glass Cabinet Door Patterns: “Don’t Slam That Door! Stained Glass Cabinet Door Patterns There are some great designs that will work for lanterns, andons and other spaces as well. Enjoy!
The free monthly stained glass pattern is here. It’s a mirror for Spring! Try it for a mosaic, an etch and for all of you glass painters, too. Have fun. http://www.panedexpressions.com/free-stained-glass-patterns.html
Could you all give us your opinions on something? We would like to publish a CD collection of the best of our free monthly stained glass patterns of the past 14 or so years. We would like to price it at $19.95. Does this sound like something that you would enjoy having/using for projects? Appreciate […]
Cutting out your pattern pieces accurately is a critical step to insure that your finished project will be stunning and fit perfectly. What do you use to cut out perfect stained glass pattern pieces every time? We use pattern shears. They’re awkward to hold and take some practice to use, since they have a single […]