Lightcatchers are probably the most popular kind of stained glass. They are very small pieces of stained glass, in recognizable shapes or designs, which are hung on a window to catch the light. They are sometimes called suncatchers or sundazzlers.
Since they are fairly easy to make, practically everyone who gets involved with stained glass soon wants to make one. They will find the loveliest possible designs to choose from in this collection by stained glass master Ed Sibbett. Here are fruits, birds, flowers, animals, teddy bears, a sun, a trumpet, and much more — all ready to use, in full-size templates.
Easy to make, delightful to display, these lightcatchers are among the most enjoyable of all stained glass projects.
|Availability||Usually ships in 24 to 48 hours|
|Author/Editor||Ed Sibbett, Jr.|
|Dimensions||8 1/4 x 11|