This stunning blanket features wide ticking stripes in a classic design that is both timeless and versatile. Crafted from the finest quality cotton, it's incredibly soft, lightweight, and breathable, making it perfect for year-round use. Whether you're snuggling up with a book on the couch or adding an extra layer of warmth to your bedding, this blanket is sure to keep you cozy and comfortable.
The ticking stripe design is a classic pattern that originated in 19th century England and was used primarily in the production of durable textiles for mattresses and pillows. The name "ticking" comes from the distinctive sound made by the weaving machine as it produced the fabric.
Each Winona Cotton Blanket is carefully woven by skilled artisans in our Maine factory, using time-honored techniques and the highest quality materials. The result is a product that is not only beautiful but also durable and built to last.
Proudly made in USA since 1865.Interested in seeing for yourself how our blankets are made?
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Take the opportunity to visit one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. We offer tours of our historic Mill every weekend, giving you a chance to see history in the making. Click here to learn more about touring the Mill.
100% USA cottonMachine wash separately in cold water on a short, gentle cycle. Tumble dry on a delicate setting, high heat. Remove promptly. Do not overdry.
With the right care, Faribault Mill products can last for generations. Learn more about how to care for your products here
Twin 72” x 90” (5.3 lbs) | Full 80” x 90” (5.9 lbs) | Queen 90” x 90” (6.3 lbs) | King 110” x 90” (7.7 lbs)
Compared to other bed blankets, the Winona is a Heavyweight blanket
Claudia Brahms is a legendary textile designer and co-founder of Brahms Mount, a Maine-based cotton mill. With her family background in the fashion industry and interior design, she was surrounded by fabric and discovered her love of textiles at a young age. After attending the Fashion Institute of Technology and while working in the textile industry in Maine, she met her husband, Noel Mount, Textile Engineer. Together, they founded Brahms Mount in 1983 and pioneered the first four seasons cotton blanket in the North American market.