From 1896 to 1930, Edward S. Curtis created a photographic record of many Native American tribes west of the Mississippi. This blanket is inspired by a blanket in one of Curtis's photos. A step pattern in the center, known as the mountain design, pairs with geometric patterns spanning the blanket that represent wheat, grass, and seed. Reverses for two dramatically different looks. Woven in Pendleton's US mills and made in the USA.
Since 1990, Pendleton has been proud to support the work of the American Indian College Fund. The sale of this blanket funds scholarships to tribal colleges. The American Indian College Fund receives royalties for the sale of this blanket to help provide scholarships to deserving students.
This blanket is made only in Robe size (64" x 80"), the size preferred by Native Americans for gifting and ceremonial purposes. A Robe size blanket fits a twin or full-size bed, and works well as a throw, a wearable wrap, wall hanging, or folded at the foot of a bed.
- 82% pure virgin wool, 18% cotton
- Dimensions: 64" x 80"
- Unnapped (uncombed for sharper detail), felt bound edges
- Fabric woven in Pendleton's USA mills
- Made in the USA
- No. 72671