Round Apple Blossom

Round Apple Blossom Pattern

The Apple Blossom with its beautiful pink and white flowers is in fact a member of the rose family. Appearing from early May apple blossoms are larger and more robust than similar cherry blossoms. They produce a sweet scent that attracts bees and other insects. Flowering between 3 to 10 days when pollination occurs, after which time they lose their petals. They are also said to represent good fortune, hope and preference which make them a perfect subject for stained glass.

I have decided to stay with the ” Tiny Tiffany ” format of a 12-inch round panel for this Apple Blossom design. The background glass is a Uroboros fracture glass code 10-55 Cobalt Blue, White and Green. Gold pink and white, plus gold pink and purple make up the flowers and the leaves are light green with spring green highlights. This is a great project if you have lots of scrap art glass and makes a beautiful Mothers Day gift. You can display the panel in a window or placed it on a stand as shown here. The original panel size is 12 inches, ( 305 mm ) in diameter.Round Apple Blossom panel mounted in a crescent stand


The stand is available here 

Stained Glass Pattern Information

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

Copyright information

Round Apple Blossom Pattern. © David Kennedy Designs 2016. 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.

The pattern for this piece is available in the pattern store as a PDF file. The original panel size is 12 inches which can be scaled up using the printing instructions included in the PDF download.

Round Apple Blossom PDF
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Here is a link to a previous post covering the latter stages of construction of this Apple Blossom

Apple Blossom Panel

Apple Blossom Panel

This Apple Blossom Panel has been sitting on my workbench for the past two months. As you can see from this picture I have all the pieces cut out ready for foiling and soldering. The next step I take at this stage is to place the cut pieces on a light-box. I am pretty confident in myself that it will look good when complete. But its always worth a preview if possible.

Apple Blossom All Cut


Here it is on the light-box and now you can see the fractures in the background glass. I have positioned this on the right-hand side in the two largest pieces. This is to create some interest and add to the composition, balancing the flowers on the left.

Apple Blossom Light-box

Happy enough with the way things are looking on the lightbox I have now completed foiling and soldering. The panel is flat soldered first on the front side, the panel is then turned over and process repeated on the rear. The outer lead “U” came is then fitted, final bead soldering takes place next before attaching hooks.


Apple Blossom Front


This is the rear of the panel with the fractures in the background glass clearly visible. These are small fragments of glass embedded in the surface of the sheet. When viewed from the front they create shadows and a fragmented light, adding atmosphere to the subject. This glass is made by Uroboros, code 10-55 Cobalt Blue, White and Green,

Apple Blossom Back


Completed Apple Blossom Panel with chain attached and hanging in front of a window. Its only now that the effect of the background fractures are visible. The ring mottles in the flower petals also add shadows and light variations to the piece.

Apple Blossom Window Light

© David Kennedy 2016. The pattern for this panel is now available to purchase in the pattern store as a PDF download