Free Stained Glass Patterns: Insects
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Featured Insect Stained Glass Pattern
offered by Down
East Stained Glass
Page dedicated to free butterfly
and moth stained glass patterns.
on a Flower- Honey bee collecting nectar from
Darryl's Stained Glass Patterns.
on Flower Stained Glass Pattern- Pattern of
the same name by Glass Sorcery. Go to the black and
white version: Bee
on Flower Pattern.
Fancy hive with flowers and a single bee by Mary
Jane of the ART:ERY.
and Yellow Argiope Spider- Complete with it's
fancy web. Often called a writing spider or garden
spider. Very beautiful and stark colors! Free spider
pattern from Chantal.
Widow Spider- Free pattern from the book "More
Bush Beauties" by Jillian
3-Dimensional rear view of this honey producer from
Chantal. Pattern set in a circular frame.
Bee- Not sure if it's well into Friday night
or an early Saturday morning but this fella needs to
put down the honey stick and get away from the hive!
A wild & crazy pattern from Chantal.
Munching on some greens from Chantal Pare.
Moth- (Hyalophora cecropia) is North America's
largest native moth and member of the Saturniidae
family, or giant silk moths. One big bug... But has
nice wings. Free pattern from Chantal.
Honey- Very ornate stained glass pattern of bees
and clover in a repeating circular design.
Stained glass pattern free from "Free stained glass
Nice pattern of a dragonfly
resting on leaves from Mary Jane on ART:ERY.
Panel- Inverted dragonfly hanging on a leaf
designed by Chantal Pare.
and Dragonfly- A free stained glass pattern of
a dragonfly hanging on a fruit tree branch offered
by FREE stained glass patterns.
melanogaster. I'll take the artists word
for that scientific name but still going to call it
a fruit fly. Hate those darn bugs! Probably why it's
Tiger Moth- Pattern set in a wide oval layout.
pattern offered free from Chantal.
Beetle- Looks like it's being served on a
dish. Yummy :) Free bug pattern from Chantal.
Bee- Free circular pattern of a honey
bee (color version) offered by UK
Stained Glass News. Designed by Naserene
MacDonald of Ontario & Florida.
ou bibitte- French for "Insects Bibitte".
Still don't understand the translation but the free
patterns are very nice! I especially like the shy
grasshopper peeking over the leaves. Patterns from
Lion_elle of Passionate Stained Glass. If you speak
French join in the forum.
Bug- Simple little 3 piece lady bug pattern by
This gal has her aphid dinner trapped in a circle.
Free pattern from Chantal's Stained Glass.
Shade- If you attempt more than six panels
your cute little ladybugs will make you go bats.
Thanks a lot Chantal.
Mimic Insect- Not sure if that's what it does
or is that what it's called. Hmmm... Anyway, they
are related to the stick insect (phasmid family) of
bugs. These critters enjoy the delicacies of oak and
raspberry leaves and lay eggs 1/2" long.
Thanks for the great pattern Chantal!
Dragonfly Lampshade- Pattern features lotus
flowers, seed heads (lotus fruit) and of course,
dragonflies. Stained glass lamp of 8 sides is the
goal here with a 2x repeat from Chantal's
Stained Glass Patterns.
The Wings of Insects- A contemporary circular
pattern with a creative title. No bugs were harmed
making this pattern! Free pattern from "FREE stained
and Katydid- What did Katy do? Never mind...
Help yourself to this nice little pattern of a
grasshopper eyeballing a pea pod. Offered by FREE
stained glass patterns.
Butterfly- Nice little beginner
stained glass butterfly pattern from Darryl.
From the folks over at Vit-Mar. Pattern set in an
Web- Free stained glass pattern offered by
Stained Glass Express of Waterville, ME.
and Katydid- Katy's at it again but this time
a watermelon is the target! Offered by FREE stained
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