Things just got a little warmer around camp. A dream to get to work with the one and only Pendleton Woolen Mills for our very own Camp Wandawega versions of their classic Yakima throw. – we modified ours for extra utility.
➕ Metal grommet for many new functions
➕ Instruction booklet
➕ Camp Wandawega x Pendleton patch
➕ One stainless steel oversized blanket pin
➕ *Upgrade option for an antique brass pin.
➕ A handful of other ideas for uses
1. “useful, especially through being able to perform several functions.”
Truck Seat Cover, Decoration, Saddle Blanket, Sleeping Bag Padding, Emergency Shelter, Draperie, Picnic Blanket. Some folks even use it on even their bed- you’ll find these on most cabins, beds and hooks around camp
Made-in-America wool camp throw – Camp blankets were originally used by shepherds to brave the elements of the Pacific Northwest—right where Pendleton’s rugged wool versions are still woven today. These smaller sized blankets make are perfect outdoor enthusiasts. Stripes run vertically.
When the Pendleton Woolen Mill opened in 1909, it was one of more than a thousand in the United States. Today, Pendleton owns and operates two of the few remaining woolen mills. With more than a century of manufacturing, a Pendleton product carries the spirit of the West.