Free-Stained-Glass-Patterns




These free stained glass patterns feature both windows and suncatchers. The windows can be constructed with either lead came or copper foil. The suncatchers, due to their size, are easiest to make with copper foil.

Using a pattern resizing software program such as Rapid Resizer gives you a quick way to enlarge the free stained glass patterns to whatever size you want or need. You can get it at Rapid Resizer for a 14 day trial version, free, before you purchase it (for a very modest fee). It is what I use and I'm extremely happy with it.

Another resizing program, that is free, is at GlassEye I know many people that use it and like it. Try them both and see which one suits you best.

Free Stained Glass Patterns



Double click on each of these free stained glass patterns to view a larger size in PDF format.

If you don't have a PDF viewer, one can be downloaded here: Sumatra PDF Viewer



Enchanted Forest

Enchanted Forest Glass

Enchanted Forest

Use different textures of green glass for the tree tops.
The tree trunk is actually a brown streaky glass. Why my
coloring looks so red in the picture will remain a mystery!
















Crocus

Crocus Glass

Crocus





















Sunflower Window

Sunflower Window Glass

Sunflower Window

Use a dark brown textured glass for the center of the flower.

















Three Pansy Suncatcher

Three Pansy Suncatcher

You could choose your colors from the
five pansy suncatcher to make the flowers
bright, or from the window, just below, for
a more muted effect.







Pansy Window

For another idea, you could incorporate
the 3 pansy suncatcher in a window.






















Five Pansy Suncatcher

Five Pansy Suncatcher

















Old World Santa

Old World Santa Glass

Old World Santa




















Halfmoon Santa

Halfmoon Santa

The holly leaves are an overlay. Make them as a
separate piece, but just flat solder the leaves
on the back side so they will lay flat. Attach
them after the santa is soldered and cleaned.
Patina and polish, then attach the leaves, tack
soldering wherever they touch a solder line/seam.
Use a Q-tip to clean and re-patina where you
attached them.











These free stained glass patterns are for your own use, with one exception. The patterns are not to be reproduced for sale or for free, in book form or through the internet. They are all my original designs and I hold the copyright to any and all of them.

If you have a question or comments about these patterns please feel free to Contact Me.

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This page was last updated on August 9, 2016




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