Yes, except for Blue, Cyan and Purple
dec: 95 hex: 5F bin: 1011111
Stained Glass is the dyed version of glass that can be used for decoration purposes. It functions exactly the same as normal glass, except it cannot be used in the same crafting recipes.
If you break glass with any tool that is not enchanted with silk touch, it will drop nothing; otherwise, it will drop itself.
Most blocks dependent on a block cannot be placed on stained glass.
 As a crafting ingredient
Any Stained Glass
 Data Values
|0||White Stained Glass|
|1||Orange Stained Glass|
|2||Magenta Stained Glass|
|3||Light Blue Stained Glass|
|4||Yellow Stained Glass|
|5||Lime Stained Glass|
|6||Pink Stained Glass|
|7||Gray Stained Glass|
|8||Light Gray Stained Glass|
|9||Cyan Stained Glass|
|10||Purple Stained Glass|
|11||Blue Stained Glass|
|12||Brown Stained Glass|
|13||Green Stained Glass|
|14||Red Stained Glass|
|15||Black Stained Glass|
|1.7.2||13w41a||Stained glass was added.|
|13w42a||Textures smoothed, transparency increased, back side is no longer showing.|
|1.8||14w18a||Torches can now be placed on stained glass.|
|August 5, 2014||Dinnerbone tweeted a picture showing Stained glass changing the color of a beacon beam.|
|14w32a||Beacon beams change color when shining through stained glass.|
Issues relating to "Stained Glass" are maintained on the issue tracker. Report issues there.
- Stained glass may have been inspired by a popular suggestion in the Minecraft Forums, suggesting colored glass and light.
- Stained glass's ID (95) was originally used by the locked chest, effectively removing the locked chest from the game.
- Mojang tried to implement stained glass before 1.7.2 but each time ran into problems with transparency.