Johano-ai, the Navajo sun god, begins his day in the east and rides one of his five horses across the sky to his post in the west while dragging his shining, golden orb—the sun. As his horse gallops across the sky, gorgeous hides and ornately woven blankets, known as naskan, lie beneath its hooves. Our blanket derives its mountain pattern and name from these sacred Navajo blankets.
A portion of the proceeds from this blanket, woven in Pendleton's American mills, will be donated to the American Indian College Fund by Pendleton to help support colleges. 68” x 39”. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.
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