A good place to find fills is Stellula's Free Graphics that also has frosted glass textures. I try to add approximately 4 to 5 new staind glass patterns every week. Orchids in Glass - eBook quantity. Publishers Description: One out of every seven flowering plants on earth is an orchid and interest in orchids has risen dramatically in recent years. Additional information Book Format eBook. Reviews There are no reviews yet. In Full Bloom — eBook Available as eBook Only This book offers 19 floral designs for either stained glass, mosaic projects, or fused glass projects featuring roses, lilies, iris, sunflowers, poinsettia and more.
All designs within the book make use of stock shape bevels and bevel clusters that are widely available from most art glass supply stores Choose Print Book or eBook from the Dropdown Menu below, then add it to the Shopping Cart. I don't decide to distribute a stained glass pattern for free because it's not as nice as the ones I hope to sell. If it's not up to par, it ends up in the recycling bin. It's my reward to think that it'll make people happy to find some GOOD freebies! Thank you all!
Thank you for the feedback on navigation, encouragement, appreciation for the free stained glass patterns, and photographs. January 22, Supernova. January 21, Feathers. January 17, White Leaves. January 11, Nosegay. January 10, Three Cats. July 17, Bleeding Hearts. July 10, Tulips with Pink Baroque. July 9, Candy Cane. July 9, Formal Peony Window. July 8, Prairie Style Lotus.
July 7, Art Deco Lotus. July 7, Cockatoo with pink baroque glass , Abstract with pink baroque glass. July 5, Simple Flower for Lead Came. July 1, Peacock Feather, Prairie Style. June 30, Peacock Feathers. June 28, Abstract Peacock. May 26, Art Nouveau Gaillardia. Chantal's Stained Glass Patterns The original stained glass patterns and designs on my site are different from the pdf patterns posted by stained glass suppliers wishing to attract customers.
They are pen and ink drawings and designs with little or no digital processing. I sincerely believe that a hand-drawn stained glass pattern gives more convincing, natural-looking results than those that are made digitally. There is a certain quality that the hand can achieve, but stained glass design software can never hope to achieve, and that translates into warmth in the finished product. I have set up this website to provide the visitors with easy navigation.
However, this limits the number of patterns I am able to feature within this format, and I now consider "Chantal's Stained Glass" to be full. All my most recent stained glass patterns are now added to my new, similar website Chantal's Stained Glass Patterns. If you make use of the site updates page, you will find that I continue to list the new patterns on this website, even though they are in fact posted on my new site identifiable with a black background, and a different logo.
You will find patterns and designs that may be inspired by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mondrian, art nouveau, flowers floral , fish, bird as well as in Celtic, traditional, oriental, prairie or medieval traditions.
Look for the many oval, hexagon or circle framed stained glass patterns. Also, you will find patterns not only for suncatchers or small beginner panels. Many of the patterns offered are for crafting high-end elaborate lampshades, but some of the lampshades are simple enough for beginners.