Round Clematis Panel

So here is the completed Round Clematis Panel in the window. Lit from behind with natural daylight the background pink is picked up as hues in the flowers. The strip of waterglass emphasises the bottom of the panel, so it would have to be installed this way up. On the right-hand side, the fracture and streamer glass breaks up the background and creates a different light effect.

I am happy with the way this has turned out as it has a contemporary feel to it. Also, it looks a lot different from the original smaller pattern but still works. This is particularly satisfying as it’s a primary aim I have when designing patterns. I try to make them as adaptable as possible as far as enlargement and re-sizing go.

There is a link at the bottom to download the free pattern. The original pattern is 12″ (305mm) in diameter with instructions for enlarging supplied.

Completes Round Clematis stained glass panel, by David Kennedy

©David Kennedy 2019

Stained Glass Pattern Information

Downloadable PDF pattern prints actual size 12 inch x 12 inch, ( 305 mm x 305 mm ) across six pages. Instructions are provided for enlarging the pattern to your required size when printing. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to print this pattern, available free at

For those of you who have followed this blog and would like to try a similar piece the original pattern is available here as a free download: Click here to download PDF pattern

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Round Clematis PDF Stained Glass Pattern (© David Kennedy Designs) copyright 2020. All rights reserved.
It is illegal to distribute this stained glass pattern online or in hard copy without written permission from David Kennedy.
Please do not post or distribute this stained glass pattern on other websites.

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My name is David Kennedy and I create stained glass patterns and designs. These are downloadable PDF files and they are available to buy on this website. If you would like to view the selection please visit the Patterns Store to see the full range. I work in both lead and copper foil which enables me to produce a wide range of different styles. These are skills I have developed over the last 35 years of working with glass.

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