Faribault's iconic, moth-proofed, soil-repellent, outdoor-approved, and US-made blankets are the kind of thing you have forever. Each one is woven from top quality wool in their nearly 150-year-old mill that's settled on the banks of the Cannon River in Minnesota, where staying warm is no joke. And the unique construction gives the wool a super soft hand feel along with a diagonal pattern to brighten the intricate weave. It'll last for ages to keep you cozy throughout your adventures, and adds a beautifully rustic touch to any home whether you're in a tucked away cabin, a tiny studio apartment, or anywhere in between.
This archive-inspired design uses a traditional herringbone weave, distinguished by the v-shaped pattern that the interlocking threads create. With such an eye-catching construction, Faribault opted for a muted color palate and a softer, lightweight, washer/dryer-friendly merino to let the weave shine through.