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The oldest textile, new again

Strong and sustainable, felt makes a comeback

By Meaghan Agnew
Globe Correspondent / January 22, 2009

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Joshua Stone is fighting to repair felt's sullied reputation. "People think of felt, and they think of first grade and making your felt turkeys for Thanksgiving," said the South End designer. "It gets a bad rap as a material. People just don't get it." (Full article: 689 words)

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