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The Faribault Woolen Mill (est. 1865) is one of the last vertical woolen mills in the United States, using original century-old machinery alongside more modern technology to spin raw wool into some of the coziest blankets we’ve ever felt. They’ve supplied blankets to westward-bound pioneers and American troops during wartimes—so when we snuggle under them, we can’t help but feel like we’re wrapped up in a piece of living history.View Full Profile
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