This Native American patterned wool blanket is based on a 1940s work vest.
Made in one piece, and the sewing part is piped with satin fabric like the vintage vest.
This Native American patterned wool blanket is produced in Bishu, Japan's world-renowned woolen textile production area.
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The wool is spun into a spun wool yarn (Boumo-shi), which is easy to raise and keep warm, and is slowly woven on a Jacquard loom to reproduce the texture of a vintage blanket.
There are only a few wool jacquard looms in Japan, and because the looms are operated at low speed, they can weave only about 20 meters of fabric a day.
The craftsmen of Bishu who have been involved in woolen weaving for many years put a lot of time and effort into making this high-quality blanket.
In addition, a high level of skill are required for sewing to match the pattern.