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Stained Glass Patterns: Birds of the Beach

By: Sandy Allison(Author)
56 pages, 20 colour illustrations
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Stained Glass Patterns: Birds of the Beach
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20 original patterns for common North American seashore birds, including sandpipers, gulls, terns, pelicans, plovers, and loons.

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Sandy Allison is the editor of Beyond Basic Stained Glass Making and author of four previous titles in the Stackpole Stained Glass Patterns series, including Songbirds and Garden Flowers. He lives near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

By: Sandy Allison(Author)
56 pages, 20 colour illustrations
Publisher: Stackpole Books
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