faribault woolen mill co.
recycled wool coffee cup sleeve

In a historic mill on the banks of the Cannon River, a 147 year old story is still being woven by fifth generation craftspeople. Fine woven goods are being made today with proudly maintained standards that stretch back to 1865 when Faribault blankets were used to cover our troops during the world wars. Today the oldest manufacturing entity in Minnesota is again open for business, revitalizing a community. Their products offer a simple beauty and durability destined to become family heirlooms. Wrap yourself in something genuine. Perfect for a leisurely morning walk through the woods, these 100% wool coffee cup sleeves keep your coffee hot and your hands warm. Faribault uses blanket ends that would otherwise be shredded and recycled to create these stylish and functional cup holders. By choosing ‘mixed’ you get a surprise color, no two sleeves are the same. Handmade in Minnesota.

• One size fits most coffee cups
• 85% - 100% wool (depending on style and construction)
• Permanently moth-proofed

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