Preservation Series Blanket Robe - Red



 This striking, vivid pattern is inspired by a Navajo child's blanket from the 1800s. The crosses evoke the Spider Woman, an important and powerful teacher and benefactor in Navajo legend. 

 An amount from each sale of this blanket will go towards Native American arts, education and health.

  • Unnapped
  • 64 x 80"
  • Felt-bound
  • 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
  • Dry clean
  • Made in the USA


    Pendleton's family history in Oregon dates back to 1863 when Thomas Kay, a young English weaver opened his own mill in Salem, Oregon. In 1909 Thomas's three grandsons, Clarence Morton Bishop, Royal Thomas Bishop, and Robert Chauncey Bishop opened Pendleton Woolen Mills. Six generations later Pendleton Woolen Mills is still run in Oregon by the Bishop family.