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In the early 1950s, Knoll hired Evelyn Hill Anselevicius to create a series of handwoven textiles, including this fabric titled H910. "What's interesting about this one is that it's made of wool, plastic, and jute," Makovsky says. "She was innovative, doi

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Originally appeared in Behind the Scenes: Knoll Textiles
on May 26, 2011
In the early 1950s, Knoll hired Evelyn Hill Anselevicius to create a series of handwoven textiles, including this fabric titled H910. "What's interesting about this one is that it's made of wool, plastic, and jute," Makovsky says. "She was innovative, doi
In the early 1950s, Knoll hired Evelyn Hill Anselevicius to create a series of handwoven textiles, including this fabric titled H910. "What's interesting about this one is that it's made of wool, plastic, and jute," Makovsky says. "She was innovative, doing weavings that mixed interesting colors or materials to create different textures and scales."

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