Frequently Asked Questions

hot cast glass is poured
Hot-cast glass is poured.
  • How do you pronounce your last name?
    Milne rhymes with "kiln." Now how appropriate is that!

  • What do you like about glass?
    I like glass because it can take on an infinite number of forms and textures. It can show an interior image and an exterior image simultaneously. It's translucent and transparent. It plays with light. It looks cool when it's hot.

  • What's the difference between hot-cast and kiln-cast glass?
    Hot cast glass is molten glass (2,200°F) ladled out of a furnace and poured into a mold. Kiln cast glass is slowly heated in a kiln to 1,450-1,650°F and slowly left to drizzle into a mold. For both processes, the molds are usually used only once.

  • Carol Milne Knitted Glass - How Does She Do That?
  • Can you describe the process?
    The fabrication process for Operation Moving Forward is briefly described here (PDF), and a picture of Carol working on Darn is here.

    A book describing my Knitted Glass process (How Does She Do That?) is available from Amazon.

  • Are you any relation to A. A. Milne?
    Do you mean Alan Alexander Milne (January 18, 1882 - January 31, 1956), the British author best known for his books about the talking stuffed bear, Winnie-the-Pooh? Unfortunately, no relation. Although my middle initial is also A and I'm from Canada and sometimes you'll still catch me saying A, eh?

  • Do you work on commission?

  • A. A. Milne
    Carol Milne, eh? No relation.
  • Where can I see your art?
    Check out the galleries page, my videos page, and there is always my Seattle studio, by appointment.
    I've also created a few art books.

  • How may I contact you?
    Send me an email:

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