Metal & Glass Engraving Patterns (Free)

Free Patterns for Engraving Metal, Glass and More.

Free Engraving Pattern Image 1Below are a few (more) free patterns for your high speed engraving projects.

These patterns are good for a variety of items including glass, metal, and more.

Popular items to engrave include knives, wedding cake servers, wedding knives, wine bottles, glass awards, glass plates and more.

Download the Free Patterns below:

Free Glass Engraving Pattern Image 2 Free Engraving Pattern for Metal Image 3

Instructions for Saving these Free Patterns to your Computer

  1. Left Click on the Free Pattern Image to Enlarge
  2. Right Click on the Enlarged Image
  3. Select Save Image As
  4. Select the location on your computer drive (where you want the pattern saved)
  5. Click Save.
  6. Rinse and Repeat for All Patterns.

If you have trouble with the Free Patterns above, below are the links to download the PDF Files – that can be saved to your computer for printing.

Pattern 1 – PDF DOWNLOAD

Pattern 2 – PDF DOWNLOAD

Pattern 3 – PDF DOWNLOAD

Need Something to Practice On?

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Smooth Blade Knife for Engraving

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2 Responses to Metal & Glass Engraving Patterns (Free)

  1. Bob Karolak April 12, 2010 at 2:08 pm #


    Thanks for all the previous “Free Patterns”,I know they will come in handy!

    After practicing on Craig Hone’s “Leaf Carving”, the first leaves pattern would be excellant.

    Thanks again,
    Wheatland, WY

  2. John A James February 23, 2011 at 5:29 am #

    Good day to you

    I thank you for your time;

    I can understand carving the grip and forearm on the underside or both sides, but would you carve on both sides of the butt of the gun stock, and why????

    With a lot of learning yet to go
    John A James
    Winnsboro La.