The Journey West Blanket captures the pioneering spirit of Pendleton's founder, weaver Thomas L. Kay, who journeyed from England to America, and onward to Oregon in 1863. Inspired by a blanket discovered in a 19th-century European mill, this blanket highlights the universal appeal of geometric shapes and lines, images not unlike those seen in Native American art and motifs used in early Pendleton trade blankets. The hooked patterns inside the large diamonds are common symbols of luck and prosperity. Woven in Pendleton's Pacific Northwest mills.
- Inspired by a blanket found in a 19th-century mill in Europe
- Pattern is a common symbol for luck and prosperity
- Twin size
- Pure virgin wool/cotton
Dimensions: 64" x 80"