Free-Stained-Glass-Flower-Patterns and
Other Patterns Designed by Sue

These free-stained-glass-bird-patterns feature the birds of Australia. The windows were originally constructed with lead, but you can use whatever construction technique you want. Many of the windows were designed for cupboard door inserts, but they can be used for anything you desire, and changed any way you want to change them.

The suncatchers would look best constructed with copper foil. They need the delicate look that only foil can give small stained glass items.

I would suggest using a pattern resizing program to enlarge these free-stained-glass-bird-patterns. You can find information about some resizing programs at Free Stained Glass Flower Patterns

Free Bird Patterns
Featuring Australian Birds

Double click on each of these free stained glass bird
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!





crimson rosella

Crimson Rosella

Eastern Rosella

Eastern Rosella




Kookaburra 2

These next two patterns were designed for a display in our shop. Although they are in a triangle, they could be modified to fit any shape.

Finches In Tall Grass

Finches In Tall Grass


Lorikeet By A Gum Tree

Australian Bird Suncatchers

blue fairy wren

Blue Fairy Wren aka Superb Fairy Wren

These free-stained-glass-flower-patterns feature Australian flowers. All of these patterns are from windows we made over the years. I'm sorry that I don't have many photographs...they got left behind for the new owner of our business. These windows were all constructed with lead came; however, they can be made with copper foil and they will look beautiful.

The patterns for the Stylized Orchid Window, near the top of my Home Page, is the last pattern on this page.

Here are links to more of my patterns:
Australian Birds
Australian Animals
Mirrors and How to Work With Mirror
Window and Suncatchers

I would suggest using a Pattern Resizing Program such as Rapid Resizer, my personal favorite, to enlarge the free stained glass patterns to whatever size you want or need. You can get a 14 day trial version, free, before you purchase it for a very modest fee. You can get it Here.

Free Stained Glass Flower Patterns

Double click on each of these free stained glass flower
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

Pink Fairy Orchid

Pink Fairy Orchid

The pattern can be used with or without the background grid work. Only 2 more cut lines need to be added if you remove the grid work.

Cooktown Orchid

Cooktown Orchid

Gum Flowers

Stylized Gum Flowers

This is a stylized version of the flowers
of the Australian gum tree. A rippled glass
would be appropriate for the flowers.

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Gum Flowers and Leaves

Gum Flowers and Leaves

Kangaroo Paw

Kangaroo Paw Flower

The grid work can be removed from either of the next two free-stained-glass-flower-patterns. You will have to add a few extra cut lines, to prevent impossible cuts, once the grids are removed.

Bluebell Creeper

Bluebell Creeper

Nodding Blue Lily

Nodding Blue Lily

Stylized Orchid

Stylized Orchid

I have had many requests for this pattern.
The finished panel is on my
Home Page.
It was designed as a 2 panel side light 15 years ago. This is the original design, so please excuse the imperfections caused by age. The dividing bar could be removed to make it a single panel.

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Free Stained Glass Bird Patterns

Free Stained Glass Animal Patterns

Free Stained Glass Mirror Patterns

Free Stained Glass Window and Suncatcher Patterns

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These free-stained-glass-flower-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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