In the Iroquois legend of the Three Sisters, beans, squash and corn grow together, thriving through the Native American practice of companion planting. Today, pure strains of Native crops are hard to come by. Seed banks in Iowa and Arizona, store precious seeds from long ago plants. This blanket is made with the harmonious colors of ancient corn varieties, a balanced pattern of rows echoes ancient gardens, with arrows pointing in two directions, towards the past and the future. Reverses for two different looks. Woven at Pendleton's US mills and made in the USA.
This blanket is 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 a more detailed look), felt binding
- Jacquard fabric woven in Pendleton's USA mills
- Made in the USA
- No. 77048