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Lake Bemidji Unlined Vest

Lake Bemidji Unlined Vest
Category: Menswear

The ideal ingredient for effective layering, this lightweight classic adds just the right amount of warmth on milder winter days. The Lake Bemidji vest has a zippered front, double patch pockets, and is cut for style. Men and women alike will find it looks as great with jeans in town as it does with gaiters in the woods.
85% Wool/15% Nylon
20oz. Mid-Weight Wool

Price: $96.00

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Natural

Natural
Category: Pillows

100% Pure Virgin Wool
100% Premium Grade Natural Cotton Ticking. Snuggle yourself into a pure natural night's sleep with this cuddly soft yet supportive pillow.

Price: $48.00

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Bandless Ear Warmers

Bandless Ear Warmers
Category: Others

There is no more comfortable way to keep your ears toasty warm than with a pair of bandless earwarers from Earbags Say goodbye to hat head and that uncomfortable band! Earbags gently wraps two layers of soft Polartec fleece around your ears to keep out the winter wind. Ultra snug and featherlight, the Swedish design makes Earbags the ideal choice for any outdoor activity, from dog walking to skiing. Available in nine Polartec Classic 200 fleece colors.

Price: $15.00

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Hollofil 808: The Value Pillow

Hollofil 808: The Value Pillow
Category: Pillows

Excellent for filling out your bedroom pillow set, these Dacron-poly pillows are resilient, comfortable, and non-allerginic.

Price: $9.95

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Lake Bemidji Unlined Vest

Lake Bemidji Unlined Vest
Category: Menswear

The ideal ingredient for effective layering, this lightweight classic adds just the right amount of warmth on milder winter days. The Lake Bemidji vest has a zippered front, double patch pockets, and is cut for style. Men and women alike will find it looks as great with jeans in town as it does with gaiters in the woods.
85% Wool/15% Nylon
30 Oz. Heavy Weight Wool

Price: $105.00

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100% Pure Washed Wool

100% Pure Washed Wool
Category: Wool

Spin your own yarns for one-of-a-kind projects, or use unspun in special craft projects.
Purchased by the Pound or fraction there of. Example: 1.25 lb. or 0.25 lb.

Price: $17.00

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Hollofil II: The Premium Pillow

Hollofil II: The Premium Pillow
Category: Pillows

You can use this pillows night after night and still get that fluffy, plump feel your tired head demands. Non-allergenic, resilient, odorless, washable.

Price: $13.50

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100% Pure Ultra-Soft Polyester Fiberfill Stuffing

100% Pure Ultra-Soft Polyester Fiberfill Stuffing
Category: Quilt Batting

Look for the same great consistency and durability in our Stuffing as you'll find in our Batting. The premier choice of crafters and toy makers across America. This stuffing is washable, holds its fluff, odorless, non-allergenic and moth proof.

Price: $2.22

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Paul Bunyan Blanket

Paul Bunyan Blanket
Category: Blankets

Using quality American craftsmanship, Bemidji Woolen Mills has reproduced this legendary Paul Bunyan Blanket. 100% Pure Wool, jacquard woven. A collector's item.

A Story About
A "Paul Bunyan Playground" Couple

In the late 1930's tourism became a primary industry of the Bemidji area. The people relied on their vacationers. This is a story of a "Paul Bunyan Playground" couple.
Frances and Art Christenson with their two daughters spent summer vacations at Balm Lake for many years. Operating a radio and electric shop in Concordia, Kansas, they decided to sell the business and bought Balm Lake Resort in 1941. The resort had five cabins and no electricity. They moved into the log cabin closest to the lake which had spaces between the logs. This was remedied soon by stuffing with askum (an insulating material). The roads to Bemidji were gravel, taking about two hours to cover thirty miles.
The Christensons began the reconstruction of the resort, but then the war came. They closed up the place and headed for California to work for Henry Kaiser Shipyards for two years. After the return they continued the work, making the resort into eight cabins eventually. Tourists came from all over the country, mostly from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Kansas. Many repeated their stay every summer. Guests liked the rustic atmosphere, family oriented, peace and quiet, and friendliness.After getting the place really going good, Art died of a heart attack in 1955. He thorougly enjoyed the country and loved his fishing. Frances felt she had to do something for living so decided to keep operating the resort, where she still is today at 91 years of age.
She's sold off the resort cabins and lots but still has the original log home and two older cabins for her personal guests. In 1974 she had a new home built up the hill overlooking the lake. From there she keeps track of what is going on - boats, fishing. the birds, etc. During one of their last vacations in 1930's, they purchased a special wool blanketfor $4.98. This blanket bears the "Paul Bunyan Playground" insignia. This has been repeated and prepared by the Bemidji Woolen Mills, commemorating the 1996 Bemidji Centennial.

Price: $135.00

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Vermilion Cabin Throw

Vermilion Cabin Throw
Category: Blankets

A Bemidji original, the Cabin Throw is perfect tucked around the knees for reading, or draped across a sleeping child on a cold night. Handsome whip-stitched edge in classic buffalo plaids.
85%Wool 15% Nylon

Price: $69.00

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