We’re at that pesky point of the year where the temperature fluctuates more than the stock market. It can be 70 one day, 50 the next with a low 0f 35. Either you’re going to be constantly turning the heat on and off or you’re going to have to find an alternative. I’d say go with the alternative and those nights when it gets a little chilly just bundle up under a wool throw from Minnesota’s Faribault Woolen Mill Co. For an extra dose of Midwestern pride, make sure it’s the Minneapolis Map Wool Throw.
Faribault’s looms have been weaving blankets and throws since 1865 and its Foot Soldier Blankets have kept American soldiers warm since 1917. There’s a ton of tradition woven in each blanket. The Minneapolis Map Wool Throw is crafted from merino wool with a touch of cotton which makes it both warm and super soft. The throw is adorned with a vintage map of Minneapolis and makes an excellent statement piece. There are also Chicago and St. Paul versions in the Midwest and a San Francisco and a Brooklyn throw for those on the coasts. And they’re all on sale at Huckberry for the next few days. There isn’t a better-looking way to save a little money on your heating bill this fall and winter.
The Faribault Woolen Mill Co. on Huckberry ends Thursday night. Use this link to get an additional $10 credit.