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Pendleton Blanket - Southern Highlands Pendleton Blanket - Southern Highlands

Dazzling stripes and diamonds celebrate the Appalachian craft of wool coverlet weaving. Traditional colors of blue, red and green were once derived from indigo, walnut shells and plants. 82% wool/18% spun cotton warp. Dry clean. Made in the USA. 64" x 80". Unnapped.

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7270-353-177  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Spirit Guide Pendleton Blanket - Spirit Guide

Spirit Guide is an archival Pendleton design from the 1920s or 1930s, and is a beautiful example of a Center Point pattern—one that contains a central design element that falls within a band through the center of the blanket. This central diamond may be an abstract representation of the eye of the shaman or medicine man. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-553-055  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Stella Maris Pendleton Blanket - Stella Maris

Star of the sea, or Stella Maris, was a name given to the North Star by the sailors who have used it as a guiding light for as long as man has traveled the sea. The graduated palette of indigo, lapis, royal and ivory unfolds in a dynamic chevron pattern that evokes the emanation of starlight in the night sky and recalls the traditional craft of Star Quilts. Designer Alyssa Pheobus Mumtaz is an American artist known for her multimedia drawings that are inspired by iconography of traditional textiles. Her work is exhibited worldwide and has been recognized by numerous fellowships and grants. 82% wool/18% spun cotton warp. Dry clean. Made in the USA. 64" x 80". Unnapped. Felt bound.

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7270-353-247  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Tamiami Trail Pendleton Blanket - Tamiami Trail

By the end of the Seminole Wars in 1858, the Seminole population of Florida was reduced from thousands to a few hundred. Most had been driven out of Florida, but small bands remained in the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp. There they retained their culture–farming, hunting alligators and building thatch-roofed homes called chickees. They traveled in dugout canoes made from cypress logs, visiting trading posts along the Miami River with pelts and egret plumes to trade for supplies. When the first sewing machines arrived, Seminole women began making intricate colorful patchwork by sewing long strips of fabric together. In 1928 the Tamiami Trail, the highway from Tampa to Miami, opened and the Seminole saw new trade opportunities. They took advantage of the tourist market for crafts such as patchwork and palmetto dolls. Their entrepreneurial success along the Tamiami Trail is a testimony to Seminole creativity and resilience. 64” x 80”. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-352-868  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - In Their Element Pendleton Blanket - In Their Element

Created in partnership with Jemez Pueblo artist Joe Toledo, this USA-made wool blanket is a true work of art. A watercolor painting by the artist is rendered beautifully in pure virgin wool that’s been dyed, loomed with cotton and expertly woven in Pendleton's Northwest mills.

The design represents the three elements: Earth, Air and Water. A herd of bison grazes on the Earth, offering prosperity and protection. A range of mountains stands behind, their snowy peaks covered with life-giving Water. Standing eagle feathers rise into the sky, joining together Earth, Water and Air.

Part of the Legendary Collection, this design honors stories and symbols of Native American cultures. Each year a new collector’s blanket is added to the series. 64" x 80". Napped, felt bound. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

7270-453-452  Twin  $249.00 

 


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