Based in Seattle, artist Carol Milne has invented a technique to make glass sculptures representing knitting. First, she creates a wax-model that she puts in a mold and that can resist to a high temperature. Then, she melts a part of the wax and integrates glass inside the mold. She places the whole into a kiln at 1400-1600 degrees Fahrenheit. And finally, she lets the sculpture cool down, during a few weeks.