Pendleton National Park Blanket Collection

Pendleton National Park Blanket Collection
Pendleton National Park Blanket Collection
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National Park Blanket Collection by Pendleton
You've seen Crater Lake in Oregon, towering El Capitan above Yosemite, and Yellowstone's iconic Old Faithful geyser. With the Pendleton National Park Blanket Collection, you can commemorate the epic beauty of these magical places in supreme comfort. Since the early 1900s, Pendleton has honored these national treasures with the boldly colored designs of this collection. Like all of Pendleton's blankets, these are woven in their own mill in Washington State. Each blanket is made of pure virgin wool and features an authentic Pendleton label as well as a full-color woven label depicting the park it represents.

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