Pendleton Chief Joseph Muchacho Blanket

Pendleton Chief Joseph Muchacho Blanket
Pendleton Chief Joseph Muchacho Blanket
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Chief Joseph Muchacho Blanket by Pendleton
Made in America, the Pendleton Chief Joseph Muchacho Blanket is destined to be a treasured gift for your baby thanks to its traditional woven design and cozy virgin wool fabric. Child-sized, napped, and felt-bound, this baby blanket is an heirloom that'll be passed down from generation to generation.

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SKU: PNN00K1
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