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This is a stained glass suncatcher made using the Tiffany copper foil technique.
A design from 2014 and I've made43 since that first one. A cross with a patchwork design in a mix of blue and purple colours.
The cross is 10.5 x 16 cm.
I have cut the individual pieces from blue and purple shades of glass, using a mixture of 17 different textures and shades. I've then fitted them together like a patchwork.
The outer edge is framed with twisted wire for strength and neatness.
It looks wonderful hanging in the window, catching the sun.
It is a simple cross shape but the patchwork arrangement of colours is classic stained glass design.
A silver coloured little chain is securely attached to the top of the cross at both sides to allow it to hang straight.
This item is absolutely unique. I never make two pieces exactly the same, I always use slightly different colours and textures of glass.
The last photos shows this cross together with a rainbow version
I've tried to incorporate the design of a modern stained glass church window into a classic cross shape.
I hope you like the result..
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