Gather Unisex Cloak

Blue/Pink

Like the piñon tree, members of the Navajo Nation gather resources to survive an increasingly precarious water supply. This blanket design, created by Diné artist Emma Robbins, features symbols of endurance. The center motif represents a young women's bracelet set with turquoise, a stone formed by rare rains flowing through layers of rock. Above and below is a sáanii (maternal grandmother) scarf crossed by traditional sash belts used in ceremonies and childbirth.

Gather Unisex Cloak Gather Unisex Cloak

Gather Unisex Cloak

Blue/Pink

Like the piñon tree, members of the Navajo Nation gather resources to survive an increasingly precarious water supply. This blanket design, created by Diné artist Emma Robbins, features symbols of endurance. The center motif represents a young women's bracelet set with turquoise, a stone formed by rare rains flowing through layers of rock. Above and below is a sáanii (maternal grandmother) scarf crossed by traditional sash belts used in ceremonies and childbirth.

Size Guide

Size PS OS
Height Under 5'4" 5'4" - 5'11"
Shoulder to shoulder flat 21" 21"
Bust flat 26" 26"
Bottom opening flat 30" 30"
Highest shoulder point to front hem 36" 38"
Highest shoulder point to back hem 38"
Sleeve length
(Shoulder to sleeve hem)
27" 29"

We offer custom sizing upon request. Please email info@lindseythornburg.com for any additional sizing or custom sizing inquiries.

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Fully lined hooded cloak with a straight fit, raglan sleeves, welt patch pockets and four horn toggle closures.

The Gather blanket design, created by Diné artist Emma Robbins, features symbols of endurance. The center motif represents a young women's bracelet set with turquoise, a stone formed by rare rains flowing through layers of rock. Above and below is a sáanii (maternal grandmother) scarf crossed by traditional sash belts used in ceremonies and childbirth. A donation will be made to the Dig Deep Foundation for your purchase.

A portion of the proceeds from the sales of all Gather cloaks will be donated to human rights nonprofit DigDeep's Navajo Water Project, which is working to bring clean running water and proper sanitation to families on the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.

Pendleton blankets: 82% Wool, 18% Cotton. Wool Cashmere facings and Silk Rayon peachskin lining.

Like the piñon tree, members of the Navajo Nation gather resources to survive an increasingly precarious water supply. This blanket design, created by Diné artist Emma Robbins, features symbols of endurance. The center motif represents a young women's bracelet set with turquoise, a stone formed by rare rains flowing through layers of rock. Above and below is a sáanii (maternal grandmother) scarf crossed by traditional sash belts used in ceremonies and childbirth.