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Among the most popular projects for stained glass craftspeople, suncatchers are easy to make but extremely rewarding. When placed near a window or other source of bright light they turn into brilliantly colored showpieces whose radiant beauty can provide a focal point for an entire room and add character to any home. For this collection, professional stained glass artist Connie Clough Eaton has created 113 charming designs patterned after Victorian-era suncatchers, ranging from a single splendid tulip to magnificent butterflies and a dazzling damsel greeting the dawn. The boldly outlined patterns also portray bright masses of flowers, plump cherries ready to be picked, and sparkling portraits of birds: a dove, an owl, a peacock, and others. These suncatchers make ideal Christmas ornaments as well as gifts that will be treasured for years to come. 113 black-and-white designs.