Pendleton Shared Paths Blanket

Pendleton Shared Paths Blanket
Pendleton Shared Paths Blanket
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Shared Paths Blanket by Pendleton
Pendleton used their softest wool blend to make the Shared Paths Blanket to bundle up your little one in. Woven in American mills with pure virgin wool and a cotton blend, this extra-soft material is thoughtfully made for delicate skin while the napped, felt binding keeps a strong quality as your toddler carries the blanket across the house.

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SKU: PNN00K2
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