Patterns by Robert Oddy

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14 Patterns by Robert Oddy are now available. These patterns will give you the chance to create stained glass projects unlike anything you have ever made before.

I have mentioned Robert Oddy several times in my ezines and on my Stained Glass News page. He is my favorite stained glass artist of modern times. His use of glass and unique techniques reminds me of Louis Tiffany, and his work is an inspiration to anyone that sees it. I'm quite sure the phrase "that can't be done" is not part of his stained glass vocabulary.


Over the past few years Robert Oddy has created a limited number of smaller patterns, designed for use as instructional aids and inspirational pieces for the stained glass hobbyists. These 14 patterns have just been released and are now available to you. Your stained glass expertise will grow to new heights as you learn and use the unique techniques Robert teaches through the easy to follow, step-by-step instruction guide that comes with each pattern.

Please Note... it is necessary to have an intermediate skill level to be able to work with these patterns. They are challenging, but very doable for anyone that considers themselves past the beginner stage and is experienced with the copper foil techniques.


Each patterns come with detailed instructions, leaving nothing to your imagination.

Many of the patterns incorporate three-dimensional layering

All patterns are full scale and ready for printing.

You will get a supply list, including which glass to use for the best effects.

You will have the opportunity to learn new techniques not taught in any classroom.

All Patterns come with a 30 day, money back guarantee.



Amaryllis All of the patterns on this page, plus seven more, are available to you.

Take a peek at all fourteen of the beautiful one of a kind patterns at Patterns by Robert Oddy. Check out the Pattern Gallery while you're there.

Special Tip: sign up to get the Amaryllis Pattern seen above. The pattern comes exactly like the rest of his patterns, full size, with complete instructions...and it's yours FREE.

That way, you will have the chance to see for yourself that the quality of the patterns is spectacular, the detail of the instructions will leave you without question, and you won't have to pay a cent. Not only that, but you get a beautiful new stained glass project to work on.


Go to Patterns by Robert Oddy to see all of the patterns available, to get your free Amaryllis pattern, and to order any of the individual patterns or pattern collections. Be sure to look at the Pattern Gallery to see the patterns and pattern collections not shown on the first page.

All of the patterns come as a downloadable PDF file. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to store the files. If you don't have it, you can download it free at Adobe Acrobat Reader

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