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Archer and T'Pol using a blanket

T'Pol and Archer sharing a blanket

A blanket was a piece of fabric used to cover an individual while sleeping. It could also be used to provide warmth.

While being held hostage by a commando of the Andorian Imperial Guard in the meditation room of a Vulcan monastery at P'Jem in June of 2151, Captain Jonathan Archer offered Sub-commander T'Pol to share his blanket with her during night. She first rejected his offer and told him that the cold was preferable to the smell of a Human and it was over twenty-four hours agao she used her nasal numbing agent. However, she later accepted and shared the blanket with Archer. (ENT: "The Andorian Incident")

The props section on the call sheet is listing this blanket as "tattered handwoven blanket".
Blanket at catwalk

A blanket used for coverage at the catwalk

The crew of Enterprise NX-01 and the Takret Rellus Tagrim, Renth, and Guri used blankets to separate the compartments at the catwalk for privacy. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

In 2233 of the alternate reality, baby James T. Kirk was wrapped in a receiving blanket before being handed to his mother. (Star Trek)

In 2364, an injured Beverly Crusher asked Jean-Luc Picard if he'd brought a blanket with him to Minos. (TNG: "The Arsenal of Freedom")

In 2367, Susanna Leijten compared her feeling of mental lethargy to having her brain "wrapped up in a blanket". (TNG: "Identity Crisis")

David Gentry dead

Gentry covered with a blanket

The Doctor covered the dead remains of "David Gentry" with a blanket when he performed a post mortem analysis in sickbay. (VOY: "In the Flesh")

In 2373, while The Doctor's holographic daughter Belle was dying, her brother Jeffrey brought her a blanket. (VOY: "Real Life")

In 2378, Seven of Nine received a blanket from a Ventu girl living on Ledos. When she got lost looking for the remains of a class 2 shuttle in a forest and got cold, the Ventu girl gave the blanket to her to warm her up. Later on board USS Voyager, Commander Chakotay gave it back to Seven. (VOY: "Natural Law")

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