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In the Navy: Wool Blankets with a Nautical Appeal

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In the Navy: Wool Blankets with a Nautical Appeal

Julie Carlson June 13, 2013

Our love of the Swiss Army Cross blanket is well documented; lately, we’ve developed an obsession with the U.S. Navy blanket (best use of anchor motif ever). Here are a few sources:

Above: Faribault Woolen Mills U.S. Navy Blanket; $150 from Three Potato Four.

 

Above: The Foot Soldier Military Wool Blanket in navy and cream is $184.50 for a twin size from Faribault.

Above: A pair of vintage U.S. Navy Blankets is $130 from Etsy seller Lisa B. Retro.

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