Merino wool blend
Machine wash, line dry
Throw 50" x 72" | 1.75 lbs
Inspired by lake cabins in Northern Minnesota, our Cabin Wool Throw features our iconic Cabin stripe pattern. The natural insulation it provides makes it great for both outdoor adventures and indoor relaxation. Whether you're outside by a bonfire with friends, or snuggled up indoors by the fireplace with a good book, this throw will keep you warm and comfortable in any setting. Made in the USA with soft wool yarns at our Mill in Faribault Minnesota, our Cabin Wool Throw is soft, durable, and will bring the cabin look to any room in your home. It also makes the perfect gift for anyone who loves the natural beauty of Minnesota, cabin life, or just appreciates the comfort and style of a well-crafted blanket.
This product was featured in the hit TV show 1923. Catch Jacob Dutton (aka Harrison Ford) wrapped up in our iconic Cabin Wool Throw at the ranch in Season 1, Episode 5: "Ghost of Zebrina"
With the right care, Faribault Mill products can last for generations.
Wool is the original miracle fiber. It’s naturally stain, wrinkle and water-resistant, so our products rarely need cleaning. In fact the best way to refresh your woolens is the natural way: Simply shake or gently brush the woolens and hang them outdoors.
Dry Clean Only Products
Dry cleaning is recommended. You can also hand wash in cold water with a mild cleaning agent designed for wool. Hand wash does not mean the Gentle or Hand Wash cycle in a washing machine, as the agitation can cause the fibers to interlock. Line dry, taking care to rotate the woolen to prevent stretching. Iron only on low, only if necessary. Do not bleach. If these instructions aren’t followed significant shrinkage and a change in texture could occur.
If a blanket, throw or scarf wrinkles you can simply hang it for a day and wrinkles will smooth out, usually within 24 hours. Woolens can also be ironed on a low setting or carefully steamed.
It’s best to brush the woolens clean – or, if soiled, clean them following the instructions above- and store them in airtight container when not in use for extended periods. Cedar and herbal products offer limited protection, and only when the fragrance is very strong.
Pilling Prevention and Removal
Pilling is caused by wool fibers becoming intertwined on the surface of the woolen as a result of wear or abrasion, even with gentle use. The finer the wool, the more susceptible it is to pilling. A lint brush or nylon-bristled garment brush are the most effective way to remove pills. Brush in the same direction, along the length of the woolen. Regular, gentle brushing can prevent most pilling.