1940s camp blankets

Love these camp blankets.
They're all from a big old place in the Catskills that's been around since the 40s.
These ones have great rustic patterns, slightly Native American, kind of Art Deco.
They're all lined with soft rayon binding on two sides.

And they're all enormous, nearly 12 feet long x 70 - 72 inches wide.
This one's got acorns with a cross pattern. Notice how the border near the acorns picks up the dots in the crosses. The patterns are the same, in reverse colors, on the other side.
Very Catskillsian: burgundy and cream.

The pink one is super thick, and has flowers and windowpane plaid.
Love how the flowers all tilt in the same direction.

The nap is cozy as can be.

Someone did a careful patch on this one, using a matching blanket.

Thistles in plum and peach.

A favorite.

A few errant threads. In general, there are minor flaws: a bit of wear here and there, a few small spots. They're all freshly washed and have no smells.

Very tempted to keep it.