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Dress and JacketDesigned by Christine Birkle. Clothes made from wool and cotton. Photo by Christine Birkle.
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Felt TheaterThis photo was taken at Wosk Theater, Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles. Felt walls designed and fabricated by Kathryn Walter of FELT Studio. Walls are made from industrial felts (wool and recycled fibers). Photo by Anne Garrison of Hewitt Garrison Photography.
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Felt ChairBless You chair. Designed and made by Louise Campbell. Chair created from 10 mm technical felt and 750 sheets of gelatin. Photo by Erik Brahl.
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Cell CarpetDesigned by Yvonne Laurysen and Erik Mantel. Carpet made from wool felt. Photo by LAMA Concept.
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NecklaceDesigned and made by Brigit Daamen. Necklace made from wool felt. Photo by Brigit Daamen.
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Spot RugDesigned by Majken Mann and Nynne Faerch. Rugs are made from wool felt, and rubber. Photo by Bent Mann.
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MosenMade in Mongolia (for the Japanese market) in the late 19th century. It's wool, felted and shibori-dyed. Photo by Matt Flynn.
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Swing Low CradleDesigned by Soren Ulrick Petersen. Cradle is created from wool felt, and hemp rope. Photo by Erik Brahl.
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Winged Vessel CupFelt made by Jorie Johnson and urushi lacquer made by Clifton Monteith. Cup consists of wool, bast fibers, leaf, and urushi lacquer. Photo by John Robert Williams.
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Felt RocksDesigned by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. Rocks are made from wool felt. Photo by molo.
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Little Field of Flowers CarpetDesigned by Studio Tord Boontje. Carpet made from wool felt. Photo by Albert Font.
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A-Z Fiber Form: White DressDesigned and made by Andrea Zittel. Dress made from wool and two 3-inch skirt pins. Photo by Kentaro Takioka.
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Felt in a LibraryThis photo was taken at Central Library in Amsterdam. Felt walls designed and made by Claudy Jongstra. Walls were made from wool and silk. Photo by Peter Cuypers.
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Palace Yurt InstallationThis installation is over 500 square feet long. It was designed by Janice Arnold and felt fabrics were made by JA Felt. Yurt was created from wool, mohair, silk, metal, linen, soy, and Tencel. Photo by Matt Flynn.
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Inner Moods InstallationDesigned and made by Claudy Jongstra. Made from Drenthe Heath, Wensleydale, and Merino wools Photo by Matt Flynn.
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Dyeing WoolClaudy Jongstra dyes wool to a red hue. Photo by Peter Cuypers.
17 of 17Photo was taken at Francoise Hoffmann studio in Lyon, France. Photo by David Desaleux. Watch Martha's Behind-the-Scenes Video of the Felt Exhibit
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