Stained Glass Pattern Books
Finding stained glass patterns can be a challenge especially for windows that have odd shapes; but no matter what type of project you have, once you have this art down, it is a perfect sight to see. One can often get mesmorized with its delicate beauty. You can find numerous amounts of patterns in stained glass pattern books. These are great for the beginner to the advanced and are a wonderful alternative to spending countless hours designing your own custom stained glass patterns.
Splendor in the Glass: Creating Stained Glass Beyond the Ordinary – If you are looking for unique designs and ideas, this is a great book for starters. This book not only is unique in its appeal, but it also inspires you to create your own designs. This book is very engaging and encourages you to think outside the box. There are over 45 designs and tips within this guide. It can be purchased on Amazon for approximately $24.95
Bevels and Jewels Stained Glass Pattern Book: 83 Designs for Workable Projects – There are over 83 designs that includes birds, butterflies, fish, and geometric shaped patterns. There are many free-form shaped pieces (also known as suncatchers) that can easily help to create a multitude of glass projects. A must have for innovators and beginners.
The Stained Glass Garden: Projects & Patterns – Out of all the stained glass pattern books, this one has a certain way of combining stained glass with gardening that no other book has been able to encompass. This book contains the step-by-step instructions that you may have been looking for in other books. Loaded with many tips, templates, and designs, you will be ready create nature right away. These lovely images will allow you to re-create a garden that is beautiful and is able to last forever.
390 Traditional Stained Glass Designs (Dover Pictorial Archive Series) – Many customers have thought that this was a valuable purchase as it so genuinely depicts the art from the Edwardian and Victorian eras specializing in historic homes. There are many patterns that are made for all skill levels and styles. The patterns are placed into 5 distinct categories: Edwardian, The Twenties, Victorian Floral, Art Nouveau and Victorian Geometric. If you are a fan of antique-style stained glass patterns and windows, then this is a must-have for your collection!