Nature's Splendor

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  • Easy-to-use project guide at any skill level
  • Choose from an array of stained glass projects
  • Overall includes 90 motifs capturing nature
  • 9 Projects shown in color

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Stained Glass Pattern Book
Perfect for a variety of skill levels, this collection boasts an impressive array of stained glass patterns. Projects include a tropical sunrise, Tuscan vineyard, a graceful crane, horses, other animals and abstract designs. Includes 90 motifs in all, shown in black and white.

Delphi asked it's artist "What is your personal favorite stained glass book?"
"[Nature's Splendor] It's filled with beautiful patterns that challenge stained glass artists." - Steena Gaut

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Pros : I made the heron on the cover 20x30 and it is beautiful. My colors were different and I changed a few of the pieces to be something different and combined a few small ones. This book has great color representation of the patterns inside. Highly recommended.
Cons : That there weren't more!
Other Thoughts : If you collect patterns these are a must.
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