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Faribault Woolen Mill Opens Pop-up at Mall of America


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Faribault Woolen Mill's new store at the Mall of America

Courtesy Faribault Woolen Mill

Minnesota heritage brand Faribault Woolen Mill has just opened the doors to its first-ever store at the Mall of America. The pop-up shop, which will be open through the holidays as well as through the 2018 Super Bowl (if not longer), will feature a wide range of goods from its product assortment, including a full collection of throws and scarves, a selection of blankets (including baby blankets), holiday items, women's capes, and some products from recent partnerships, such as the R. Riveter x Faribault Woolen Mill collection, which is hand-cut and -stitched by military spouses across the country using Faribault Mill wool. 

It follows the recent news that a slew of Minnesota makers would be popping up at the ten-day Super Bowl Live makers market on Nicollet Mall as well as a holiday pop-up shop at the Mall of America, which also runs through the Super Bowl—meaning out-of-state shoppers will have more than a couple opportunities to scoop up handmade goods by some of Minnesota's best brands. 

Below, check out some of Faribault Mill's newest offerings for the holidays—most of which are available at the new MOA pop-up—including new scarves made with 100 percent merino wool, zip pouches and totes bags with leather trim and canvas lining, wool wine sleeves (perfect hostess gifts), plaid table runners for holiday entertaining, holiday stockings and tree skirts, travel blankets, and its new line of "eco-woven" cotton blankets and throws. 

The Faribault Woolen Mill store is located on the second level of the mall right off the Radisson Blu skyway (S222). Shop online at fairbaultmill.com.

Eco-Woven Cotton Linear Stripe Throw, $90

Stewart Plaid Wool Scarf, $80

Holiday Wool Stockings, $35 each

Wool Table Runners, $50 each

Wool Totes & Pouches

Wool Pillow Covers, $60 each

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