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Pendleton Blanket - AICF Navajo Water Pendleton Blanket - AICF Navajo Water

Based on an early 20th-century photograph by Edward S. Curtis, this blanket incorporates classic Navajo elements in an eye-dazzling pattern. The central dragonfly, an emblem of water, symbolizes life. Includes a special hangtag with the legend, inspiration or history behind the blanket. Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund. Your purchase helps fund scholarships and other needs. 64” x 80”. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-850-475  Twin  $295.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - AICF Return of the Sun Pendleton Blanket - AICF Return of the Sun

The traditions and activities of the Iñupiat, today, as in the past, revolve around the changing of the seasons. This blanket, inspired by the artwork of Larry Ahvakana, celebrates the arrival of the sun back to the Arctic and the start of hunting season. The Iñupiat mark this special time with the Messenger Feast—a ceremony where the spirits of the past season's harvest are ushered back into the spirit world. Today, the celebration fosters cultural pride and the regeneration of traditional values. This blanket is a collaboration between Pendleton Woolen Mills and the American Indian College Fund to honor and reawaken a vital part of Native history. A portion of the proceeds will help provide scholarships for students attending tribal colleges. 64” x 80”. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-853-145  Twin  $295.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - AICF Ribbon Dance Pendleton Blanket - AICF Ribbon Dance

The Ribbon Dance is the first ritual that opens up the most sacred Seminole ceremony, the Green Corn Festival. The tribeswomen wear traditional patchwork skirts and tunics and swirl ribbons around the sacred fire to renew the flame for the coming year. This blanket captures the energy and vibrancy of the Ribbon Dance and serves as an homage to traditional patchwork design. This blanket is a collaboration between Pendleton Woolen Mills and the American Indian College Fund. A portion of the proceeds from this blanket will help ensure that young Native students receive the scholarships they need to attend tribal college. 64” x 80”. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-852-940  Twin  $295.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - American Treasures Pendleton Blanket - American Treasures

Our American Treasures design celebrates the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, created in 1916 to manage our national parks and monuments. It celebrates the majestic and historic places, and the individuals who have been protecting them for a century. The design's motifs evoke the forests, rivers and mountains under the protection of the dedicated men and women who serve as keepers of America’s natural beauty. Classic geometric patterns remind us of the Native Americans who have lived and cared for the land for so many centuries. From missions to monuments, wilderness to wildlife, our national parks contain American treasures, and Pendleton salutes all who watch over them. 64” x 80”. Napped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-453-057  Twin  $245.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Arapaho Trail - Indigo Pendleton Blanket - Arapaho Trail - Indigo

Our Trail Blanket is a spectacular example of a classic nine-element design. The pattern evolved from the traditional banded Chief Stripe and features three rows of three central designs. It originated with the Navajos and gained popularity among other tribes, including the Arapaho. The Arapaho were great traders – their name is thought to have come from the Pawnee word for “traders” – often exchanging furs for blankets. They traveled from Minnesota to Colorado carrying goods on travois – their version of a trailer. Travois were pulled behind dogs or a horse and consisted of two trailing poles with a net between that carried the load. The part of their route that winds from the prairie through Indian Gulch to Clear Creek Junction became known as the Arapaho Travois Trail. 64” x 80”. Napped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

7270-005-113  Twin  $245.00 

 


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