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Carol Milne is a Seattle based artist who developed a unique process of simulating the idea of knitted glass.

Carol Milne is a Seattle based artist who developed a unique process of simulating the idea of knitted glass.

Knit Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Knit Glass Sculptures by Carol Milne

Juxtapoz Magazine - Carol Milne Knits with Glass

Carol Milne Knits with Glass

Juxtapoz Magazine - Carol Milne Knits with Glass

This is glass! Mind-blowing and beautiful. By Seattle-based artist Carol Milne

This is glass! Mind-blowing and beautiful. By Seattle-based artist Carol Milne

Karen Buhler --Thomas R. Riley Galleries by Objetos con vidrio, via Flickr

Karen Buhler --Thomas R. Riley Galleries by Objetos con vidrio, via Flickr

Goblet late 16th century.

Goblet late 16th century.

Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington artist - Dale Chihuly displayed in overhead “windows”

Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington artist - Dale Chihuly displayed in overhead “windows”

Goblet (Roemer), 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Samuel P. Avery, 1904 (04.24)

Goblet (Roemer), 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Samuel P. Avery, 1904 (04.24)

Glasswork - by Chihuly, a master.

Glasswork - by Chihuly, a master.

Chihuly Pond Atlanta Botanical Gardens...most amazing thing. there were hundreds of dragonflies that you swoop in and out and around and finally came to rest on the floating glass ballons

Chihuly Pond Atlanta Botanical Gardens...most amazing thing. there were hundreds of dragonflies that you swoop in and out and around and finally came to rest on the floating glass ballons

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