Daylily Flower Stem

Volume 36 - Issue 1

Free-form stained glass flowers created by cutting and foiling pointed ovals of glass. Stamens for the flower centers are created with jewelry eye pins, filling the eyes with solder, bundling with wire, and soldering the bottoms together. The individual flowers are installed on tin-soldered copper. This project was constructed using the copper foil technique. This article was originally published on page 6 in the Spring 2020 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly®. Design, Fabrication, and Text by Lidia K. Anderson


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