Making handcrafted

100% Virgin Wool Blankets, Since 1932

Wool Throw Blankets

Best Selection in Canada

100+ Years of History

Prince Edward Island Historic Places

Welcome to Our Website

***We will be CLOSED Dec. 23rd at noon - Jan. 3rd***
Monday - Thursday 8 am - 5 pm
Friday 8 am - 4 pm

Thank you for visiting our website. Due to demand any blankets ordered now cannot be guaranteed for this Holiday Season. Please have a look at our Handcrafted Accessories and Decor under the products heading for any Christmas shopping needs. We will do our best to make any deadlines, but cannot guarantee delivery for anything sent after Dec. 15th. 
We appreciate your patronage & patience.

Crafting beautiful wool blankets and wool yarn has been the specialty of MacAuslands Woollen Mills of Prince Edward Island since 1932. We are the only mill in Atlantic Canada still producing traditional woollen blankets of 100% virgin wool yarn. Take a visit to MacAuslands Woollen Mills, and you will visit a family business that prides itself on old-fashioned craftsmanship. If you are on Prince Edward Island, come visit our mill. If not, tour our web site and give us a call. MacAusland's wool blankets have enduring quality. In recent years, a customer returned with the woollen blanket purchased before the Second World War to have the edges re-hemmed.

For over seventy years, MacAuslands have been producing quality woolen blankets and yarns, made of 100% virgin wool yarn. Because of the high quality of the wool, the blankets are lighter than most wool blankets, but last a lifetime.

There are four sizes of blankets available, and three types of wool yarn in almost thirty different colors. You can bring in your own wool for custom spinning or weaving, or pick from our selection of woolen blankets at the office in our mill.

If you are on Prince Edward Island, come visit our mill. If not, tour our web site and give us a call. We can take your order by phone, and ship your order to you (shipping costs are extra).

Thank you for your understanding & patience at this time.
Monica MacAusland