I am so glad you are back. I went to northfield to get some of your blankets after you closed. Will you be having summer weight blanks? I only get your blankets When will I be able to order blankets online or go to your store? I guess I should ask will you have a store and will it open to the public?
Thank you for your note Susan, we have the first run posted on faribaultmill.com for pre-order but will have a full store launch as soon as we build our new inventory. As far as a retail store, we will have a good amount of updates to come in the following weeks.
I hope your endeavor is wildly successful! I’m looking forward to seeing your future product offerings. Quality USA made products are possible, and worth the expense. Keep America Working!
Thank you for saving a local institution and hopefully this will spur a revival in manufacturing and a sense of pride in similar products!
Vote with your Wallet and Buy American! Quality over Cheap Foreign Goods!
I think it’s wonderful the Faribault Mill has reopened. I own several of your blankets and I just adore them. Best wishes!
I’m so happy that you’ve reopened the Mill. My ancestors were farmers just outside Faribault for generations, and my mother went to school there. I visit twice a year from St. Paul and I always made the Woolen Mill Store a stop. I have many wonderful Faribo blankets and I especially enjoyed the patterns and designs of the limited editions. So, imagine my thrill when I saw this article in today’s New York Times Homes section: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/10/20/garden/20111020-shopping.html?ref=garden
I hope that you have success beyond your best expectations, and thanks for having faith in the community, skills and traditions of the people of Faribault. You’ve saved a real American treasure, and I look forward to buying more blankets for family and friends. If you reopen a retail store, I’ll be a regular once again.
Thank you very much for your note. We are so excited to bring the mill back and truly appreciate your support. Keep in touch!
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