These free-stained-glass-animal-patterns, featuring Australian animals, are all suncatchers except for the koalas (which was designed for a window). However, any of the patterns could easily be incorporated into a panel, constructing it with either copper foil or lead.

I suggest using a pattern resizing program to enlarge these patterns. You will find information about resizing programs at Free Stained Glass Flower Patterns

Featuring Australian Animals

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

If you don't have a PDF viewer, one can be downloaded here: Sumatra PDF It's the one I use!


Mom and Baby Koala

This is the only animal pattern that is not a suncatcher. To get the right effect, the faces in this piece are fused. To learn more about fusing go to: Glass Fusing Made Easy
The features could also be painted.






Possum Sitting On A Log
Use wire for the whiskers.



Use wire for the whiskers and paint for the eyes.

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Here are pictures of the animals in the patterns, to give you an idea of their colors and sizes:

For more free stained glass patterns:
Free Stained Glass Patterns Featuring Australian Flowers
Free Stained Glass Bird Patterns Featuring Australian Birds
Free Stained Glass Mirror Patterns
Free Window and Suncatcher Patterns


These free stained glass animal patterns are for your own use, with one exception. These patterns are not to be reproduced for sale or for free, in any type of book or pamphlet, or over the internet/world wide web. They are my original designs and I hold the copyright to any and all of them. Other than that, you are free to make them in stained glass and keep or sell as many of the finished panels/windows/suncatchers as you desire.


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

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