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Into the Wild: Evangeline Linens in Portland, Maine

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Into the Wild: Evangeline Linens in Portland, Maine

December 4, 2019

“This is the forest primeval. The murmuring pines and the hemlocks, bearded with moss, and in garments green, indistinct in the twilight.” So goes the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow poem—set in what was once called Acadia, now modern-day Maine—that gives its name to Portland-based Evangeline Linens, a new soft goods company from a native Mainer and veteran of the textile industry. Here’s a look at the offerings, inspired by the state’s wilds, rocky coasts, and pine forests.

N.B. Evangeline is offering Remodelista readers 20 percent off all goods through December 31, 2019; use the promo code remodelista20.

a stack of herringbone throws (\$\264 each), available in colors such as fog a 9
Above: A stack of Herringbone Throws ($264 each), available in colors such as Fog and Harvest, and woven in Ireland.

Above L: The pared-back Simple Blanket (from $264 for the twin size) is made in Maine of 100 percent cotton. Above R: The subtle Pinstripe Blanket (from $264 for the twin size), also woven in Maine, comes in three soft colors, including a light gray (shown).

the patterned merino throw (\$\24\2) offers a sense of nostalgia, with bright  12
Above: The Patterned Merino Throw ($242) offers a sense of nostalgia, with bright windowpane and plaid patterns. Shown here: multicolor Fog Plaid.

Above L: The Merino Wool Blanket ($319 for the twin size) in a plaid pattern. Above R: The same blanket in the A-Frame stripe pattern, a riff on a Maine classic. The plaid blankets are woven in Ireland, the striped ones in Maine.

the &#8\2\20;sophisticated and refined&#8\2\2\1; alpaca throw (\$407), 15
Above: The “sophisticated and refined” Alpaca Throw ($407), available in six neutral colorways including Sand, shown.
a detail of the soft mohair throw (\$\297): &#8\2\20;a cherished sweater r 16
Above: A detail of the soft Mohair Throw ($297): “a cherished sweater reincarnated,” the company says.
Evangeline is offering Remodelista readers 20 percent off all goods through December 31, 2019; use the promo code remodelista20.

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