PENDLETON Pueblo Dwelling wool and cotton-blend blanket 163cm x 203cm

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  • Pendleton wool and cotton-blend blanket
  • 82% wool, 18% cotton
  • Width 163cm, length 203cm
  • Dry clean only
  • Made in the USA
Product Code: 8102738
Ref: 241-3006666-ZE43552900

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In Oregon in the early 1900s, Joe Rawnsley, a weaver for Pendleton, spent time with local tribes to learn about the colours and patterns they used in textiles. With this knowledge, he made blankets to sell to and trade with them. Since then these patterns have become part of the design history of the West. The Pueblo Dwelling blanket from 1923 has arrows symbolising the paths of life, with stars representing the morning star, which some tribes honoured as a spirit.

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