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    Posted 3 years ago

    tressling
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    It is made like a point blanket and has 5 blocks rather than black strips. Light green with orange and purple stripes. edge is bound. Thanks, Kim

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    1. Tlynnie1942 Tlynnie1942, 3 years ago
      I like the colors in this, especially the Mint Green.
    2. tressling, 3 years ago
      Blanket measures 6' 6'' by 4' 4''
    3. Walburn Walburn, 2 years ago
      I have one with blocks also. Still trying to identify. Let me know if you find out! Thanks.
    4. Walburn Walburn, 2 years ago
      When I searched "5 square wool camp blanket with stripes" a reference to Camp Fire Girls blanket popped up, circa 1930-40. I have not been able to confirm.

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