Pendleton Robe Rodeo Sisters Blanket
The story behind Rodeo Sisters: Four women draped in blankets stand in a line at sunset in a design by the late artist and activist, Apolonia Susana Santos. Their blankets shine with abalone, quills, small bells and dentalium shells, lifting to reveal moccasins and tooled Western boots. Each hat is uniquely adorned with a band and feathers. This combination of traditional and contemporary delighted the artist, who finished this work and exclaimed, "My sisters are as well-dressed as anyone who shops on Rodeo Drive." The collectible Legendary Series honors Native American culture's special symbols, traditions and beliefs. By working closely with Native Americans to create high-quality blankets in vivid new designs, each Legendary blanket becomes a lasting symbol of mutual respect between Pendleton and our loyal first customers. Napped; fabric is combed for a softer, thicker feel. Felt binding. Made of Pure virgin wool/cotton woven in our American Mills. Dry Clean Only. Measures approximately 64" x 80".
- Napped; fabric is combed for a softer, thicker feel
- Made of Pure virgin wool/cotton
- The blanket fabric woven in our American mills, Made in the USA
- Dry Clean Only
- Measures approximately 64" x 80"