While the traditional serape is now very common to both
Spanish and Native American textiles, it actually has its
roots in the Mexican weaving tradition. Most commonly,
the serape is woven of fine yarns that allow it to be
lighter in weight than other blankets, with unbalanced
stripes of varying widths providing the characteristic
serape pattern. Pendleton's version stays true to this
very classic and historic style, and can serve a multitude
of purposes, from a traditional shawl to a decorative
throw. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean.
Made in the USA. 64" x 79".