Faribault Plaid Wool Pillow by Faribault NATURAL/GREY
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Our Faribault Plaid pillow’s pattern was inspired from a plaid design from the 1920s in our archives. We refined it to create a pillow with just the right amount of pattern and detail, in perfect colors. It’s simply stunning.

Case:

- Dimensions: 20"x20"
- 100% Merino wool
- Dry clean only
- MADE IN AMERICA


Pillow:

- Dimensions: 18"x18"
- 100% cotton fabric cover
- Fill: 90% feathers/10% down
- Filling weight: 28 oz.
- Made in USA

Faribault Woolen Mill - Faribault is a living testament to American craftsmanship, producing fine woolens renowned for their comfort and quality. Established in 1865 on the banks of the Cannon River in Faribault, Minnesota, this family owned mill has been dedicated to making fine woolens for 149 years. It remains a living testament to American craftsmanship and is the only mill left in America that is fully integrated to create finished woolens from raw wool under one roof. The mill’s rich archive provides inspiration for an updated yet timeless collection of blankets, throws, and pillows.

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The Details

Our Faribault Plaid pillow’s pattern was inspired from a plaid design from the 1920s in our archives. We refined it to create a pillow with just the right amount of pattern and detail, in perfect colors. It’s simply stunning.

Case:

- Dimensions: 20"x20"
- 100% Merino wool
- Dry clean only
- MADE IN AMERICA


Pillow:

- Dimensions: 18"x18"
- 100% cotton fabric cover
- Fill: 90% feathers/10% down
- Filling weight: 28 oz.
- Made in USA

Faribault Woolen Mill - Faribault is a living testament to American craftsmanship, producing fine woolens renowned for their comfort and quality. Established in 1865 on the banks of the Cannon River in Faribault, Minnesota, this family owned mill has been dedicated to making fine woolens for 149 years. It remains a living testament to American craftsmanship and is the only mill left in America that is fully integrated to create finished woolens from raw wool under one roof. The mill’s rich archive provides inspiration for an updated yet timeless collection of blankets, throws, and pillows.