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Featured Christmas Stained Glass Pattern
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Girl- With hands together and a star halo pattern offered free by
Horn- Free pattern offered by Glass Art by Joe.
Patterns II- A few free holiday patterns using crystal
accents by Warner.
Holly- Free holiday pattern set in oval frame by
Snowflake- Holiday pattern from 2002 offered by Renaissance Glassworks.
area at 1 o'clock but otherwise a nice soft looking pattern of a
bow by Chantal.
& Holly- Free Christmas pattern by Delphi Glass Art &
with Holly- Designed by glass artist M.W. Boersma and offered free
with Holly & Berries- Free pattern offered by Stained Glass
Lamp Pattern- Three holiday festive candles with holly overlay make
up this stained glass pattern for a fan lamp base. Offered by Delphi
& Holly- Handsome in a red suit of feathers. Free pattern
offered by Glass Crafters Stained Glass Supplies.
Face- An easy snowman pattern designed by The Glass Artisan of
Holly Branch- Free stained glass pattern download designed by
Deverie Wood of Glassmagic.
Holly- "Black Capped Chickadee" designed by Leslie Gibbs of
Creative Solutions. Spectrum PDF download.
bear on ice skates. Free pattern designed by Martha Hanson of Paned Expressions
Bells- Easy to do Christmas pattern of 2 bells by John Reid.
Bonus- Collection of small Christmas suncatchers by Spectrum Glass
Candle- Easy to do Christmas pattern by John Reid.
Candle- Decorated with white flowers and green foliage. Free
holiday pattern offered by Artistic Glass.
Candle Window Corner Panel- Candle with holly. Cut 1 regular and
reverse the pattern for a matching piece in the other corner. Offered
Kitty- Free pattern download of a cat in a stocking designed by
Evamarie Volkmann of GlasDesign.
Lantern- Appears to be a pattern for a votive with hollies offered
Patterns- Nice collection of easy to do Christmas suncatcher
patterns by Warner. Set includes: "Joy" with Holly, Madonna and Child,
Holly Leaves, Peace Dove, Angel, and 3 dimensional Christmas Tree
Stocking- Simple one dimensional stocking pattern by John Reid.
& Star- 2 easy to do Christmas patterns offered by
Alpine Stained Glass.
& Poinsettia- 2 more easy to do Christmas patterns offered
by Alpine Stained Glass.
Polar Bears- Designed by Artistic Glass.
Santa- Even the big guy in the red suit gets thirsty. Change the
bottle color for Sprite :) Pattern by Chantal.
House- Looks very realistic. Be sure you use lead free solder in
case someone decides to lick it.
3D- A 3 dimensional gingerbread project by Chantal.
Man- Nice 3 dimensional look to pattern. The eyes are a bit spooky
looking and can be replaced with circles.
Sorcery' Free Christmas Stained Glass Patterns- Collection of 3
patterns include: Santa's Kitties, Santa Puppy and Santa Ratty.
Moon Santa- Creative pattern of crescent moon dressed as Santa
offered by freepatternsforstainedglass.com.
Night Lights- Set of three designed by sgs-jpn.com. PDF download.
so appropriately named "Hollies in the Round" Holiday season
pattern by Chantal.
& Berries- Designed by Mari Stein featured in her book "Farmers
Mistletoe Candle Holder- Attractive stained glass holiday
votive by Chantal.
and Ribbon- Free holly pattern shown using as a panel accent by
Lamp Shade- Cute little 4 sided lamp with a set of holly leaves and
a jewel center at every other seam offered by SGS-JPN.com.
Wreath- Large bow with holly pieces used for the perimeter of the
wreath outline designed by Royalty Stained Glass of Colorado springs.
Again- Pattern of Santa running. Designed by EvaMarie Volkmann of
and Child- Christian stained glass pattern designed by M.W. Boersma
and offered free by sg-patterns.com.
and Child- Free pattern of baby Jesus held by Mary the virgin.
up for this free stained glass pattern offered by Chantal.
of Year- Stained glass pattern of a skating snowman smoking a
pipe designed by Glassmagic of Snohomish, Wa.
World Santa- Free Santa pattern offered by freepatternsforstainedglass.com.
decorative pattern adorning poinsettias in a circle by Chantal.
Pattern- Free pattern offered by Delphi Glass. Very detailed with a
nice 3 dimensional berry effect.
Ring Kit- Designed by Studio One Art Glass. Includes a construction
tutorial along with the pattern. Offered by Glass Patterns Quarterly.
Design of the month of October 2004 designed by
Joseph 2bears Art Glass Studio.
Bow- A central knot using a large ruby gem or glass blob
will make this pattern complete.
Wreath- Four color variations shown with one in Christmas colors.
Santa- Spectrum Pattern of the Month designed by GlasDesign
of Hamburg, Germany.
Spectrum pattern of the month by Donette Backlund of Sunshine Studio.
the ole cola again while leaning up against the wall. Not to
worry though he has that magic time dust in his left pocket.
Moon- Free pattern by Vit-Mar.
Ornament- Perfect for your Christmas tree by Glass Sorcery.
Paul- Saint Nick standing holding his goody bag designed by Susan
Welteroth of Yorktown, Va.
with Bag of Toys- Free pattern by sgs-jpn.com.
Wreath- Designed by Lisa Vogt and available from the book "Home for
Challenge- Be nice to see this made with glass. I guess that was
the challenge... Never mind. Pattern was designed from a real snowflake!
Snow Globe- Free pdf download from Glass Patterns Quarterly
include instructions with pattern.
Wreath- Free pattern project at Craftown.
Snowflake- Free pattern offered by Mari Stein author of "The Sun,
the Moon & the Stars".
Spectrum Pattern of the Month of a Christmas stocking designed by
"The German Santa"- Set of three different poses created by
Evamarie Volkmann of GlasDesign.
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