It's a freaking bat. This bat stained glass pattern is 15" wide and 10" tall - sure, it's a Halloween suncatcher, but aren't bats cool all the time?
Please read the materials needed below so you'll know what to purchase in order to complete this pattern as shown.
ITEM: This listing is for a *digital pattern download only* and contains two versions of the scary stained glass pattern - one clean and one that is numbered. They are delivered in PDF format and will print on 11x17" paper.
LICENSING: This download includes both a hobby and commercial license. Patterns cannot be reproduced, published (other than printing for personal use), or shared. If you do sell your finished work, please give a credit to Noelle Barnes/GlassyRock Arts as the designer.
SIZING: Once completed, this piece measures 15” wide and 10" tall, as printed on 11x17” paper.
MATERIALS NEEDED: This project requires a couple of specific materials beyond the traditional glass, foiling tape, solder, the materials to solder them all together (flux, a soldering iron, etc.), hanging loops, and U-channel lead came. You will also need black enamel paint for the nose and the mouth, or copper foil sheeting to cut out those shapes. If you want to have glass gems as eyes, as shown in the purple version, you will want 1/2" iridescent glass gems. You can also simply cut those round shapes from glass.
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate and beyond.
DELIVERY: This site will present you an email with a link to download your PDF. You'll receive a confirmation email and an email with download instructions.
OTHER DETAILS: Copyright © Noelle Barnes/GlassyRock Arts.
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