Make Your Own Stained Glass Pattern (tutorial & free patterns)

daffodil.jpgI have a favorite photo of my daffodils blooming in the back yard last year… I think it would be beautiful as a stained glass quilt.  Well, here’s a tutorial showing how to do just that!  Chantal’s Stained Glass is a great site with beautiful patterns selling for very reasonable prices.  There are free patterns at the bottom of each page…you will have to see them to believe them.  One of  my favorite things is the tutorial on how to design your own stained glass pattern from a favorite picture.  This is MUST SEE site…lovely… have a look…

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About Linda S.

Retired Grandma living in North Central Texas and enjoying being able to spend my time with all my many crafting interests.
This entry was posted in Free Patterns, Handcraft, Handwork, Needlework, Quilt, Sewing, Stained Glass, Tutorials. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Make Your Own Stained Glass Pattern (tutorial & free patterns)

  1. Corina says:

    Thank you very much, I love stained glass, I am working on one right now, and the tutorial is great!
    I have a question, if yo can help me: how did you manage to put the “trackback URI” in the comments part? My blog is also a wordpress one, but I can not find how to do it. Thank you!

  2. Linda S. says:

    You’re welcome, Corina. 🙂 I love stained glass also. As to the trackback, I don’t know for sure how that works, but I do have widgets on this site and one of them is the RSS feed.. with that one in use, perhaps that is what is enabling the track back. I went to the Frequently Asked Questions on the WordPress site, but did not find it there. I will look some more.

  3. Corina says:

    Thank you for trying. I am using RSS feed, but is does not work with the comments. It can be part of the layout we use, I do not know.

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