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German fashion designer Anke Domaske (right) - with seamstress Tatjana Berthold at their studio in Hanover, Germany - is the designer of an award-winning new textile made entirely from milk that is environmentally friendly and soothing for people with skin allergies. Called "Qmilch," the fabric drapes and folds like silk but can be washed and dried like cotton.  (Associated Press)

German fashion designer Anke Domaske (right) - with seamstress Tatjana Berthold at their studio in Hanover, Germany - is the designer of an award-winning new textile made entirely from milk that is environmentally friendly and soothing for people with skin allergies. Called "Qmilch," the fabric drapes and folds like silk but can be washed and dried like cotton. (Associated Press)

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