Over 100 authentic, royalty-free patterns from one of the most flamboyant of artistic periods, including outlines of a lovely winged damsel, florals and vines, a vase, a butterfly, and much more. All displayed in rectangular, oval, circular, and semi-circular frames for use by craftspeople and stained glass workers at all levels of expertise.
Orbs, wheels, and globes abound in this fantastic gallery of otherworldly designs. Suitable for colorists of all ages, the 16 patterns feature coronas, sunbursts, compasses, starry rings, and other motifs that pulse with psychedelic energy. Color the swirling images and place them near a lamp or window for brilliant effects.
Chief exponent of the Arts and Crafts movement in Victorian England, renowned artist and craftsman William Morris (1834–96) created a host of stunning patterns for wallpaper, fabrics, tapestries, floor coverings, and other decorative projects. Many of these designs took nature as their theme. Now Carolyn Relei has skillfully rendered 100 of Morris's best designs for this superb collection of stained glass motifs. Among the 100 black-and-white designs depicted here are lush florals and vines, exotic birds amid magnificent displays of garden flowers, a charming bouquet of daffodils, and many more. Artfully displayed in circular, oval, and rectangular frames, these splendid classics — all easily adaptable as templates — will appeal to artists and artisans who admire the work of one of the Victorian era's most influential craftsmen.
For centuries, people of almost every culture — from the Navajos to the Hindus to the Celts — have used the mandala as a form of creative expression. A sacred symbol meaning "universe" or "wholeness," the mandala is a complex circular image that uses patterns and geometric designs to draw the eye to its center, creating an appeal that's almost hypnotic. In this gorgeous collection of mandala patterns for stained glass, ninety-nine royalty-free images present pure inspiration for a variety of projects, including window panes, sun catchers, and other works of art.
Shows crafters at all levels how to create stunning lampshades. Projects include a candle chimney, lantern, panel shade, hanging cylinder lamp, and procedures using the lead-came method and copper-foil. 180 black-and-white figures.
Derived from authentic 19th-century sources, these elegant patterns were all specially designed for doorways. Distinctive images include flowers, grapevines, scrolls, wreaths, and other motifs, each appearing in several shapes, including rectangular, oval, circular, and oblong. These variations in shape make it easy for craftworkers to execute the same motif in a variety of formats, such as transoms, sidelights, and door inserts. Artists, artisans, and craftspeople seeking patterns with a nostalgic appeal will find that these lovely permission-free stained glass designs lend themselves equally well to a host of other art and craft projects. 175 b/w illus.
Attractive, practical treasury of 91 patterns adapted from The Book of Kells and other authentic sources depicts fabulous mythical creatures, human figures, birds, fish, and abstract designs — all incorporating the symmetrical weaves and interlacings characteristic of Celtic art. Perfect for use in window panels, mobiles, lampshades, and other stained glass projects.
Make beautiful stained glass pieces using the easy-to-learn copper-foil method. Step-by-step instructions and 45 photos, drawings, and diagrams explain patterns and pattern cutting, scoring glass, foiling, soldering, framing, patinas, more.
This "Stained Glass 'Window' Patterns: Summer Flowers" book contains all the pages necessary to create five full-sized original design stained glass patterns: Rose Garden Mandala (18"x18"), Amaryllis (10"x13"), Calla Lily (10"x13"), Clematis (11"x14"), and Azelia (11"x14"). The individual pieces within the patterns are pre-numbered for easy assembly. Each pattern has a page showing pattern assembly instructions, which can also be colored as a "mock-up" for the completed piece. Your finished masterpiece is designed to fit into a standard frame. Difficulty ranges from beginner to proficient.
Over 120 patterns adapted from authentic tribal motifs depict striking elements from Jicarilla Apache basketry, Zuni and Hopi pottery, a Nez Percé woven bag, an Arapaho shield cover, a Navajo blanket, more.
Designs featuring specially cut glass patterns that will capture and refract light. Floral, geometric, animal, Art Nouveau, Victorian motifs in varied shapes. Create mirrors, mobiles, door panels, more.
Described by Craft Digest as "beautiful and very inspirational," Connie Clough Eaton's splendid stained glass designs are as easy to execute as they are attractive. Her latest collection focuses on Victorian florals — one of the most popular subjects among stained glass artists. In oval, rectangular, square, and round formats, the versatile, royalty-free images are designed to embellish traditional windows, but to work equally well as patterns for fabric painting, applique work, and other craft projects.
An award-winning designer presents 100 attractive patterns for stained glass artisans at all levels of expertise. Images based on circular, oval, square, and rectangular shapes include lighthouses on rocky coastlines, graceful seashells, majestic sailing ships, playful dolphins, and other maritime subjects. The versatile designs are easily adapted to other projects.
All-original collection details 60 round, oval, and octagonal designs. Patterns include Apple Blossoms, Man in the Moon, Fish Pond, Agate Abstract, Peacock, and many more. Includes enlargement guide and helpful hints.