Pendleton is more than a brand; it's a legacy. Family-owned for more than 150 years, the Portland, Oregon-based label continues to produce the woven wool goods that first brought the company such renown. Now globally recognised as one of the world's greatest makers of wool products, Pendleton has no intention of changing the guiding philosophy that has earned it such high standing; the label continues to weave wool in its mills in the Pacific Northwest, two of the few woollen mills still operating in the US today.
Pendleton made their name with high-quality wool blankets made in the Pacific Northwest. The Pendleton Los Ojos Baby Blanket carries on this tradition. Though designed to swaddle an infant, this blanket is a handy smaller blanket option suitable for a number of occasions. This pattern on this blanket combines Spanish crosses and Navajo symbolism of the Four Mountains of Creation for a stark, all-over geometric pattern.
Approximate Dimensions: 81 x 112cm