Pendleton Chimayo Throw

Pendleton Chimayo Throw
Pendleton Chimayo Throw
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Chimayo Throw by Pendleton
Warm up on a chilly winter afternoon with your favorite hot chocolate blend in hand, wrapped in the Pendleton Chimayo Throw. This luxurious blanket is so soft you'll wish you could wear it as an outfit. Cotton and wool join together to give you a soft and cozy feel as you sip your hot cocoa.

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SKU: PNN00IL
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