Pendleton Wyeth Trail Blanket
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 Saver banks in Decorah, Iowa, and Tucson, Arizona, store precious seeds from long ago plants. In the harmonious colors of ancient
corn varieties, a balanced pattern of rows echoes the ancient gardens, with arrows pointing in two directions, towards the past and the future. Unnapped.
This USA-made blanket reflects the warm, harmonious colors of ancient corn varieties, in a balanced pattern of rows that echo long-ago gardens. Arrows point in two
directions: the past and the future. Reverses for two dramatically different looks.
Twin is 64″ x 80″
Unnapped; fabric is uncombed for sharper pattern definition
Sueded binding; twin has felt binding
Pure virgin wool/cotton
Fabric woven in our American mills
Made in USA