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This simple geometric design is great for a beginner stained glass project or a quick project for more experienced glass artists. Follow the link below to download and print this pattern from your computer.

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Pros : This pattern is great to teach your first semester students on soldering techniques and color theory. It can be finished within one or two classes, depending on the length of your class.
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Other Thoughts : It's also an easy pattern to introduce your class on how to frame their finished piece. Essential for displaying their piece in shows.
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