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Amana Woolen Mill, Amana
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  • Very interesting display of looms and products produced in Mid-America! Wool blankets, socks, bags, scarves, and rugs to name a few. 
  • Never saw an operating woolen mill. The video and the machines that were operating were interesting. The goods for sale were made there. 
  • It has been a while since I last visited. It was an amazing place in a great historic building. My favorites were the wonderful woolen blankets. Thank goodness I purchased them when I did. The items i...  more »
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  • Loom Warping project, setup, repair, bolts, beam backward, many many things to adjust & oil. A Newcomb Studio 4 head, 4 peddle setup. Probably from the 1950's .
  • Never a bad time when you get to come hang at the wool mill! The weaving (I think) area where most of the blankets are made is to the right when you go in. Quite impressive and a good spot to kill a little time. They recently revamped the place and for the better IMO. The offerings are solid, but it's not overwhelming as it was in the past. Good amount of sweaters, scarves, hats and mittens, plus a number of other off the path wool items like dusters and placemats. Most of not everything is made locally and the stuff if quality. I'm on year 4 of a hat and scarf combo that keeps on giving! The discount section is the left and often has some good offerings. Well worth checking out if you're in the area and have a little time to kill or some toes to keep warm!
  • Really expensive, and I thought it was going to be more than it was.
  • A blessing of knowledge and peace
  • Cool local items