The Baltic Exchange window has been at the museum since 2005. The Baltic Exchange Memorial Glass comprises several stained glass windows designed by English artist John Dudley Forsyth. These were installed over a staircase at the Baltic Exchange in London in 1922, as a memorial to the members of the exchange who died while serving during WWI.
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On a window, tape out a square using masking tape.
Cut some shapes out of your coloured plastic bags.
Start to fill in the taped outline with your shapes using tape or glue.
Keep on adding different coloured squares to the bottom edge.
Cut out different shapes and patterns from different coloured plastic bags to create patterns. Try a star or a triangular border!
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