Lindsey Thornburg + Pendleton heritage fabric cloak. Native American Folklore has always centered on the strong relationships between humans and animals. In mother nature, everything has a counterpart, life and death, good and evil. The raven, the namesake and center of this blanket, is the counterpart to the wolf. This black blanket reflects the silky black of the ravens feathers, and the red of warning surrounds him. The heftier trench cloak style is lined in silk rayon and features an oversized hood, 27" long sleeves which are 10" wide, a wide sweep, three wood toggle closures and two front patch pockets. 29" long. 82% Virgin wool, 18% cotton.