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Paul & Babe Dolls

Paul & Babe Dolls

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Others

These cute collectable dolls are made right here in Bemidji by the famous Lady Slipper Design Company. From the home of the world famous Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.

Price: $29.95

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Tartan Mugs

Tartan Mugs

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Kitchen Collections

Create a festive holiday table with these sets of four tartan salad/dessert plates and matching mug. Included are Pendleton's Dress Stewart, Royal Stewart, Black Stewart, and Blackwatch Tartan patterns. Mix and match from everyday to holiday meals. Boxed in a set of four. Porcelain. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Imported. Multi, gift boxed.

Price: $54.00

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Wild Rice Split Pea Soup

Wild Rice Split Pea Soup

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Minnesota Wild Rice

"The New Homemade!" mixes are fat free, cholesterol-free, MSG-free and vegetarian. They are as complete as possible; you add liquid ingredients. (No extra trips to the store for onions or carrots). They serve 4 to 6 people, making about 2 quarts. We use the best ingredients on the market, and display them proudly in our minimal, see-through packaging.

Price: $4.99

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Antique Quill Bobbin

Antique Quill Bobbin

Manufacturer: Antique Bobbins & Spools

Last of the original quill bobbins from the Bemidji Woolen Mills used from 1920 to the early 1960s right here in Bemidji, MN.

Price: $2.50

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Chief Joseph File Folder

Chief Joseph File Folder

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Others

Our most enduring design, transferred onto high quality paper, enriches file folders with Native American-inspired style. They are fabulous, well-priced gifts for executive or student. Set of 6.

Price: $11.00

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Grand Lodge Mug

Grand Lodge Mug

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Kitchen Collections

Grand Lodge Dinnerware was born in the spirit of the best in hospitality. Those were days spent lingering ober meals with family and friends when vacations and holidays moved just a bit more gently.

We have teamed up with the century-old American supplier of the same classic dinnerware found from diners to railroad dining cars across the country. Together, we have created new heirlooms for the next generation.

A single iconic tepee, straight from our archives, represents the Pendleton reverence for home and family. We invite you and your family to join ours for a leisurely meal, in the decades to come.

Price: $48.00

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100% Pure Washed Wool

100% Pure Washed Wool

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
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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Vermilion Cabin Throw

Vermilion Cabin Throw

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
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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Woolly Scrubs

Woolly Scrubs

Manufacturer: Woolly Scrubs

Features:

  • Washcloth and soap in one
  • Soft durable casing acts as a gentle exfoliant
  • Leaves no "mooshy" soap film in the soap dish, won't stick to your sauna bench
  • Soap lasts much longer, every last bit is used
  • Use in the shower, in the sauna, or at the sink
  • Wool will shrink as soap is used
  • Or use as a sachet in your dresser drawer

Price: $7.50

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Minnesota Cultivated Wood Parched Wild Rice

Minnesota Cultivated Wood Parched Wild Rice

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Minnesota Wild Rice

The Lore of Wild Rice Ojibway and Sioux Indians of Minnesota call it Mahnomen. In Minnesota, August is Manominikegississ, the rice-making moon. In the lakes and rivers harvesting is still done in the traditional Indian way. One person poles a canoe or wooden boat through the rice bed when another person knocks the rice kernels off the stocks with sticks and into the canoe. The green rice then must be processed to take off the hull and lower the moisture content so it can be stored almost indefinitely.

Price: $6.50

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