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Patterns for Stain Glass, Mosaic or Intarsia



Canary Color Canary

 

Canary - This bird is a very simple pattern, as you can see we enhanced it with a wire cage.




Cats In Window Color Cats In Window

 

Cats In A Bay Window with Mt Rainer -

This is a somewhat elaborate pattern with the mountain in the background. It would also be an attractive piece if the background were a forest or flower garden.




Hearts and Roses Hearts and Roses

 

Hearts and Roses -

This panel calls for a frame, we added bevels to the pattern, using color in the border could change its overall appearance




Kokopelli Color Kokopelli

 

Kokopelli -

This pattern we created is a simple suncatcher but with the extensive background and turning it into an oval make for a very impressive art piece, We even went so far as adding a raised inlay wood frame.




Old Fashion Snowman Color Old Fashion Snowman

 

Old Fashion Snowman -

This guy is much more involved than an untrained eye would notice. He has stones embedded in the main portion. To achieve this you would need to use a separating ring saw. If one of these is unavailable you would have to place lead lines across the body.




Pattern Adjustment


There 3 methods I can think of to increase or decrease the size of a pattern:


      1) Using a digital version of the pattern use one of many available graphics programs to enlarge or decrease the size.

      2) Use an overhead projector and trace the pattern to a larger or smaller version.

      3) Use a copier with the enlarge or decrease size function.





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