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For hundreds of years, the Rio Grande weavers of New Mexico have created works of art from stripes, abstract shapes and the Mexican Saltillo diamond. When churro sheep arrived in the region in 1540, spinners and weavers elevated functional weaving to art through color and pattern. Woven in subtle earth tones, this modern bedding interpretation is a natural in any room.
The pattern runs vertical (as shown) on the throw but runs horizontal on the king and queen blankets.