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Dog Breeds 1 (Beaulieu)

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Dog Breeds 1 (Beaulieu)
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Dog Breeds 1 stained glass pattern book front cover
Item no: 3849
Retail price: $20.30
3 or more $18.27 (10% discount)
6 or more $16.24 (20% discount)
In stock:  10 

"Dog Breeds 1 - Illustrated designs of man's best friend", by Jean Beaulieu. Contains 12 handsome, accurate and achievable stained glass designs for the following breeds: Beagle, German Shepherd, Boston Terrier, Bernese Mountain Dog, Bulldog, Papillon, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Schauzer, St. Bernard, Bloodhound (a.k.a. St. Hubert), and Dachshund (a.k.a. Teckel). Those last two have alternative names because the author is Québécois and apparently, in Quebec, Bloodhounds and Dachshunds are known as St. Huberts and Teckels, respectively. Who knew? We certainly did not until we looked them up. Thank you, Wikipedia. The designs all fit into 10-inch circles, but the author states they are meant to be rendered much larger. He suggests enlarging the pattern to at least 125%. Each pattern takes up two facing pages. You will need to remove the staples to pull apart the complete patterns. We mention this in case you don't notice as you browse the book that the dog with the Papillon face has Chihuahua ears.