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​Introducing Flannels Made with 100% Certified Organic Cotton!

Posted by The Vermont Flannel Company on Apr 22nd 2021

​Introducing Flannels Made with 100% Certified Organic Cotton!

Introducing Flannels Made with 100% Certified Organic Cotton! On this Earth Day, Vermont Flannel feels that everyone should do their part to make our world a better place for as long as possible. Fo … read more →
​Help a Great Cause and Look Stylish Doing it !!!

Posted by The Vermont Flannel Company on Feb 19th 2021

​Help a Great Cause and Look Stylish Doing it !!!

The Vermont Flannel Co. will donate $5.00 from the sale of every Flannel Scarf sold through March 27th to help support the Penguin Plunge and Special Olympics!There are many ways to support; either by ph … read more →
Fresh Start 2021  Giveaway!

Posted by The Vermont Flannel Company on Feb 1st 2021

Fresh Start 2021 Giveaway!

Here we are Flannel Friends!! It’s finally 2021, we made it!! And we deserve a big pat on the back and fresh start to this wonderful new year of transformation, unity and new adventures!That's why we par … read more →
“Flannel for Food” Provides 25,000+ Meals

Posted by The Vermont Flannel Company on Aug 24th 2020

“Flannel for Food” Provides 25,000+ Meals

Since January 2020, our small Vermont company has donated enough funds to the Food Bank to provide more than 25,000 meals to those in need !The Vermont Flannel Company®, makers of the World’s Finest Flan … read more →
Cheese and Flannels

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Apr 16th 2020

Cheese and Flannels

“Many’s the long night I have dreamed of cheese.” -Robert Louis StevensonIf you didn’t know, hoist on your flannels dear readers, it is National Grilled Cheese Month, and that, if I do say so myself … read more →
Happy Easter Folks!

Posted by Hannah Kinsey, The Vermont Flannel Company on Apr 8th 2020

Happy Easter Folks!

Fast Forward to April 12thFor many, it has been a long night. Deep into the tick of hours, baskets were being loaded, strewn with green easter grass, or hopefully a more sustainable product, maps were be … read more →