Trust us, these are the blankets you’re looking for. Launched during last week’s nationwide “Force Friday” extravaganza, the hand-numbered Star Wars by Pendleton blankets let you get cozy with the Dark and Light Sides of the Force. Each 82 percent virgin-wool blanket features scenes from a different Star Wars movie, from 1977’s A New Hope to the upcoming The Force Awakens. All 1,977 pieces of each design were woven on state-of-the-art looms in some the few woolen mills in operation in the United States today.

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“We wanted to stay true to the Pendleton aesthetic by incorporating our iconic design elements fused with classic Star Wars imagery,” Bob Christnacht, vice president of global sales, said in a statement. “The goal was to show respect, and honor the Star Wars characters that we have all come to know, enjoy and consider a part of our culture.”

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The blankets, which can be purchased individually ($249) or in a complete set of four ($1,200), are available only through preorder for a limited time. Visit to learn more.

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