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A very patriotic stained glass project perfect to make for the Fourth of July or Veteran's Day. This free pattern was created by Delphi's own glass artists and is yours to use. Follow the link below to download and print this pattern from your computer screen.

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Pros : I really like getting free patterns, instead of buying a whole book for one pattern.
Cons : size could be bigger.
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With Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day coming up (May 21st and May 30th, respectively), Delphi Glass has those who have served our great country on our mind. Everyone knows someone who has served, whether it’s a grandparent, parent, sibling, spouse or friend. Being part of the armed forces takes a lot of dedication and leaves an indelible mark on those that serve forever. Our veterans have learned powerful lessons in their lives that have shaped the way they are, but they also have to cope with the negative aspects of their experiences. Some of these brave men and women have seen things more horrible than we could ever fathom. Our veterans looked after us and kept our country safe. Now it’s time for us to return the favor and look after them. If you’re looking for ways to support our great veterans, first and foremost, thank a veteran for