Pendleton Los Ojos Blanket

Pendleton Los Ojos Blanket
Pendleton Los Ojos Blanket
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Los Ojos Blanket by Pendleton
Dress up your bedroom with the Pendleton Los Ojos Blanket. This blanket's artwork in blanket is sure to impress your guests just as much as it keeps you comfy at night. A cotton and wool blend seals in heat and offers an extremely soft next to skin feel, making it even harder than usual to get out of bed in the morning

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