For five generations, the Faribault Mill has spun together a tight knit community of craftspeople that take the raw wool and transform it into high quality blankets.
This Minnesotan mill been around for over 150 years—using some of the same techniques and machinery that made 250,000 blankets for soldiers during WWII.
The wool they use has active properties that react and adapt to changes in your body temperature. It warms you up if you’re cold and releases heat and moisture when you’re hot.
Propelled by a legacy of careful craftsmanship, Faribault blankets will be keeping your family warm for years to come.