SPECIAL EDITION WATER SADDLE BLANKET

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SPECIAL EDITION WATER SADDLE BLANKET

Item 74176
SPECIAL EDITION WATER SADDLE BLANKET is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 10.
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Here’s a rare opportunity to own a limited-edition wool blanket featured in a recent photo shoot for the American Indian College Fund. Originally part of the 290-ft. long blanket shown in the video below, this blanket is now perfectly sized for a bench, sofa back or foot of a bed. Woven in our Pendleton, Oregon, mill in a pattern inspired by traditional Navajo motifs. Please note: this blanket may have residual dust and/or light debris incurred during the photo shoot; sold as-is.


A portion of the proceeds from the Special Edition Water Saddle Blanket sales will go to the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges. Your purchase helps support their honorable mission.


  • 60" x 32"
  • Unnapped; fabric is uncombed for sharper pattern definition
  • Whipstitch binding
  • Pure virgin wool/cotton
  • Fabric woven in our American mills
  • Dry clean
  • Made in USA


About the video:Indigenous people are not just a part of history, they are the future. Right now, 42% of American Indians are 24 years old or younger. With your support, we can help the next generation of indigenous leaders forge their own unique paths to a brighter future and stronger communities. Music by A Tribe Called Red.

Pendleton was proud to participate in this message with a 290 yard-long "Water" blanket, to illustrate the varied paths of Native scholars.