Faribault Woolen Mill Launches New Line

Faribault's new line features tote bags and nautical throws

We’re accustomed to thinking luxurious warmth when we think of  Faribault Woolen Mill. But this spring, the 150-year-old company departs from its traditional specialty with a new line of recycled cotton throws and totes. The nautical-inspired throws, named Isles, Tonka, and Excelsior after the Minnesota lake communities, feature colorful stripes and a soft texture that make them just right for warding off summer-evening chill. The tote bags, the first to be completely crafted in-house by Faribault bag makers, are made from American-sourced canvas and leather. Eco-friendly and affordable, we’re sure to be seeing these bags around town soon. Faribault’s new cotton products are available online and from a handful of local retailers. faribaultmill.com

 

By Nina Hagen
Photo courtesy of Faribault Woolen Mill

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