Letters to the Editor from the Capper’s Farmer Winter 2019 Issue

In this issue, Capper’s Farmer readers sent letters to the editors sharing their favorite craft projects from a stained glass snowflake to an owl pillow.

| Winter 2019

Stained Glass Snowflake

Kimberly Giuffrida, via email

This stained glass snowflake was made by Kimberly Giuffrida, who shared it on the Capper's Farmer DIY Group on Facebook. Photo by Kimberly Giuffrida

I’ve been doing stained glass for nearly two years now, and I find the best way to learn is to find pictures of designs I like, and then figure out how they were made. Being a graphic designer, I’m able to look at a design and draw up a pattern. At this point, I consider myself a craftsman rather than an artist.



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