Description from The Line
Woven amid the mountains and abundant pine trees of Central Mexico, this blanket is made from virgin wool in softly hued, narrow stripes of cream and grey. The natural, undyed, and untreated fibers come from sheep that roamed the same terrain. Traditionally used as asarape in Mexico’s colder climes, a fringed blanket such as this one would also be worn by vaquerosor cowboyswhile riding at night. The linear pattern is named for the tiny West Texas town made famous by artist Donald Judd.
- MATERIAL : Virgin, all-natural, unprocessed, Mexican wool
- ORIGIN : Loomed in Mexico
- COLOR : Marfa
- DIMENSIONS : 86 inches (tall) x 42 inches (wide) with 3-inch fringe