I have found well over 100 links to free patterns for stained glass. You can either browse through each link or go to my quick and easy
Patterns Search where you will find all of the patterns individually listed in categories,
making your search much easier.
Isn't stained glass beautiful? I love it. I mean I really love it.
You must love it too, or you wouldn't be here. The way the colors
look when the sun streams through that gorgeous glass...could
anything be more breathtaking!
I know these Free Patterns for Stained Glass will inspire you. In my search, I have been surprised at what is available. There appears to be free stained glass patterns for almost anything you would want and something for every skill level, from the newest beginner to someone like me who has been working with glass for years.
What You'll Find Here
What You'll Find Here
If you can't find the free stained glass patterns you are looking for, there is a tutorial, Designing For Stained Glass, to show you how to make your own patterns, even if you can't draw. You will also find information about pattern making software and books available to help you with your drawing skills.
Free Patterns for Stained Glass holds a gold mine of information for your present and future projects. I sincerely hope you enjoy using this website as much as I enjoy creating it for you.
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Definition of Stained Glass from the Merriam-Webster's dictionary:
Stained Glass: noun: glass colored or stained (as by fusing metallic oxides into it) for decorative applications (as in windows). Other ways it is spelled (or misspelled): stainedglass, stain glass, stainglass, stained-glass, stain-glass
This page was last updated December 28, 2013
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