Pendleton Topographic Blanket | Mt. Rainier
Introducing a custom Pendleton wool blanket inspired by the USGS Geologic Map of Mt. Rainier.
The variety of grayscale tones woven into the blanket define the geologic features of the mountain. The lightest shades represent the current glaciers and perennial snow fields, while the darker tones show the glacial deposits and various types of volcanic rock that make up Washington's highest peak. The detailed topographic lines of Mt. Rainier are woven into the blanket every 350ft of elevation.
We designed our blanket to work with Pendleton's jacquard weaving process. The wool is sourced from the highest quality sheep and is processed, dyed, and finished from end to end by Pendleton in the Pacific Northwest.
Using a process called pick and pick, the jacquard weaving loom blends two colors of yarn to achieve the range of colors in the blanket. This process produces the inverse of the design on the back of the blanket.
Individually packaged in a custom North box and wrapped in a card sleeve with a key to the colors and geologic features of the mountain is printed on the back of the card.
- Made in Oregon by Pendleton Woolen Mills exclusively for North Drinkware
- 64 X 80 inches
- Key included
- Forest Green
- Pure virgin wool/cotton fabric woven in Oregon, USA
- Unnapped, felt bound
- Dry clean only