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FREMONT BLANKET
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Fremont Blanket

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The Fremont Blanket was inspired by the ancient Fremont Indians, a prehistoric culture that inhabited Utah and parts of the Colorado Plateau and the Great Basin from approximately 700-1300 AD. They were named for the Fremont River and valley in which many of the first Fremont sites were discovered. Hunters and farmers, the Fremont were recognizable by a common basketry style, moccasins often crafted from the dew claws of mountain sheep, distinctive grey pottery, and paintings and etchings with trapezoidal human figures. Like their contemporaries, the Anasazi, the Fremont were a loose cultural group believed to be related to the Pueblo cultures. And like the Anasazi, the Fremont Indians disappeared mysteriously. They left behind on the walls of caves and canyons many rock art records of their existence. The images were often positioned on game trails and commonly depicted mountain sheep, hunting weapons and trapezoidal human figures. The curved horns of Bighorn sheep figured prominently in their pictographs and petroglyphs. The graceful, sure-footed sheep were a source of food and clothing, and the horns were used for ceremonial items and as utensils. The curved horn motif on this blanket represents Bighorn sheep and the arrow designs, the weapons of the hunter. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Woven in our Northwest mills. 64" x 80".

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Heritage Collection Blankets
Pendleton history, made new again. From our archives we have chosen to reintroduce this enduring design, sure to be just as cherished today as when we first created it. Dating back as far as 1896, each blanket in the Heritage Collection illustrates the geometric motifs and weaving expertise that quickly became a Pendleton hallmark.
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