• EXHIBIT 
A beloved can-do material since at least the early Neolithic period (9000 B.C.), felt is elevated from the bolts at Jo-Ann Fabics to the halls of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York. A full-sized yurt and Louise Campbell's Bless You chair (pictured) join more than 70 other works of fashion, architecture, and product design in a reconsideration of felt's versatility and sustainability. Through Sept. 7.
cooperhewitt.org

    Credit: Erik Brahl

    EXHIBIT
    A beloved can-do material since at least the early Neolithic period (9000 B.C.), felt is elevated from the bolts at Jo-Ann Fabics to the halls of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York. A full-sized yurt and Louise Campbell's Bless You chair (pictured) join more than 70 other works of fashion, architecture, and product design in a reconsideration of felt's versatility and sustainability. Through Sept. 7.
    cooperhewitt.org