Workshops taught by Carol Milne

Upcoming opportunities to learn how to knit with glass from artist and "lone pioneer", Carol Milne.

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Istanbul, Turkey
Jun
18
to Jun 23

Istanbul, Turkey

Knitting with Glass

Learn to knit with glass!  Working with strands of wax, students will knit small objects to transform into glass using the lost-wax-casting process.   The class will cover all aspects of glass casting:  wax-working, spruing waxes, mold-making, kiln schedules, divesting and cold-working.  All levels are welcome.  But beginners should be prepared to be challenged.

The Glass Furnace is in the Turkish countryside north of Istanbul, on the Asian side of the Bosphorous river near the Black Sea. This will be my third time teaching there. It is a magical place.

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Farmington, Pennsylvania
Aug
19
to Aug 23

Farmington, Pennsylvania

  • Touchtone Center for Crafts (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Knitting with Glass

Learn to knit with glass!  Working with strands of wax, students will knit small objects to transform into glass using the lost-wax-casting process.   The class will cover all aspects of glass casting:  wax-working, spruing waxes, mold-making, kiln schedules, divesting and cold-working.  All levels are welcome.  But beginners should be prepared to be challenged.

For more information, visit the website: Touchstone Center for Crafts

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Phoenix, Arizona 2019
Nov
8
to Nov 14

Phoenix, Arizona 2019

Two workshops: 

Workshop 1: Knitting with Glass November 8, 9, 10 & 14

Learn to knit with glass!  Working with strands of wax, students will knit small objects to transform into glass using the lost-wax-casting process.   The class will cover all aspects of glass casting:  wax-working, spruing waxes, mold-making, kiln schedules, divesting and cold-working.  All levels are welcome.  But beginners should be prepared to be challenged.

Workshop 2: Glass Hands: November 12 & 13

Using alginate molds, you will make an exact replica of your hand in wax, which we will then cast in glass. All levels are welcome.

For more information, visit the website: Milkweed Arts

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