Pendleton Pine Lodge Blanket

Pendleton Pine Lodge Blanket
Pendleton Pine Lodge Blanket
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Pine Lodge Blanket by Pendleton
From afternoons canoeing around the lake to nights spent swapping stories around the fire, there's something special about family gatherings at the cabin. Capture the magic of it all with the Pendleton Pine Lodge Blanket. Made from a cozy wool blend, this blanket pays homage to the flora and fauna you hold so dear. Earthy tones spark memories of starlit nights and walks along forest paths.

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SKU: PNN00GB
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