Pendleton Chimayo Throw, Harvest Tan
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Pendleton Chimayo Throw, Harvest Tan

£270.00

The Chimayo design of this fringed throw was inspired by the works of Hispanic weavers from the village of Chimayo, just north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Navajo and Spanish motifs are interwoven to create unique patterns. Finished with 4″ eyelash fringe at both ends. The lightweight wool fabric, woven in our own American mill, makes it ideal for dance or decorative use.

  • colour : tan
  • 60″ x 62″, plus 4″ eyelash fringe
  • 100% pure virgin wool
  • Dry clean
  • Made in the USA
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Pendleton Chimayo Throw, Harvest Tan

The design of this Pendleton Chimayo throw was inspired by the works of Hispanic weavers from the village of Chimayo, just north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Navajo and Spanish motifs are interwoven to create unique patterns. Finished with 4″ eyelash fringe at both ends. The lightweight wool fabric, woven in our own American mill, makes it ideal for dance or decorative use.

  • colour : tan
  • 60″ x 62″, plus 4″ eyelash fringe
  • 100% pure virgin wool
  • Dry clean
  • Made in the USA

The role of the blanket is woven deep in the history of Native Americans. For centuries it has been used for warmth, as a medium of exchange, for artistic expression and as an important element of ceremonies and recognition.

In 1909 Pendleton Woolen Mills began weaving what became known as Indian Trade Blankets on its new jacquard looms. Their brilliant colours and sharp details were in great demand. Pendleton weavers and designers worked with their Native American customers  to develop colour and design preferences. Today, that tradition of complimentary creation lives on in Pendleton Indian Robes and Shawls, still woven from the finest fleece wool, meant to be used and cherished from generation to generation.

Pendleton Woollen Mills weave the symbols and stories of Native America into fabulous woollen masterpieces. These blankets, ‘robes’ and shawls have become traditional honouring gifts for Native Peoples. Rights of passage such as births, coming of age, graduation, marriage, major milestones and accomplishments are all marked with the giving of a blanket. Not only are ‘Pendletons’ used daily in the home but they are also worn for ceremonies, celebrations and feast days.