Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne





Carol Milne’s knit pieces might resemble your grandmother’s afghans but certainly aren’t as soft or pliable. The Seattle-based artist utilizes kiln cast lead crystal to create her loose weaves of translucent, color-coordinated glass. They often flow down from the hands and knitting needles they’re fashioned on, giving the feeling that the works could expand with just a few more stitches.

Some of the artist’s knitted glass pieces will be on view from March 6 to May 1 at Blue Spiral 1 in Asheville, North Carolina. Until then, head to Instagram to see more of her delicate pieces.

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Loose Knits Flow from Hands and Needles in Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne




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