by Chris Rich, Martha Mitchell (Contributor), Rachel Ward (Contributor)
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Paperback - 128 pages
You + light + this book + glass (the color of opals, rubies,
amethysts, emeralds) more than 30 glowing stained-glass
boxes, lamps, suncatchers. At last a truly basic guide to
stained-glass techniques, tools, and projects - like an
apprenticeship in a stained-glass studio, but you set the pace. A
highly readable introduction to a craft on the cutting edge.
144 pgs. (215 color plates, 65 b/w illus.); 8½"x 10".
Almost a perfect work!
Reviewer: Michael W Parsons from California January 20, 2000
I am just beginning in stained glass and found the large color photos
documenting each step of the process to be extremely helpful. This book is
almost as good as having an instructor in the room with you. One additional
item - when you go to buy your tools, ask about the Morton System for cutting
glass - it's an excellent partner for applying what you learn in this work.
Excellent Beginner's Book
Reviewer: Tara from British Columbia Canada December 12, 1999
One year ago I saw this book in the store. I had no experience with stained
glass, so I bought the book. Read it from cover to cover. Now I do
commisioned work as well as sell in my town and other communities in my
area. Definite 5 stars.
This book is the best one i've come across for beginners.
Reviewer: firstname.lastname@example.org from New Zealand August 17, 1999
This book covers just about everything you need to know,i have 2-3 other
books and they are good but this one has all their information plus a whole lot
more,how to make a cheap tool rack,how to store your glass safely, what
restrip is and heaps more.I highly recommend it as THE book to have.The
patterns are real cool too with detailed step by step instructions and great tips.
Great start-up book
Reviewer: A reader from San Jose July 26, 1999
I love this book! I wanted to learn how to create stain glass windows and
coundn't find a step by step book . Until Now. They teach you everything from
first aid to how to create beauitful works of art. I'm now in the middle of my first