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Pendleton Blanket - Arrow Revival Pendleton Blanket - Arrow Revival

From the Pendleton Heritage Collection, this USA-made wool blanket features a 1920s-era pattern found in the Pendleton archives. The dynamic, intricate design is inspired by the Cheyenne Arrow Renewal ceremony, which sought to strengthen the collective existence of this Great Plains tribe. Reverses for two different looks. 64" x 80". Unnapped, felt bound. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

7270-553-383  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Askutasquash Pendleton Blanket - Askutasquash

The central image on this design showcases images reminiscent of the squash blossom beadwork crafted by Native American jewelry makers of the Southwest. The iconic "squash blossom" necklace first appeared in the 1880s. Some say the squash blossom bead design is directly connected to the importance of the plant itself. Others say it is simply a pleasing design element, perhaps inspired by the buttons on pants worn by the Spanish and Mexican horsemen. Regardless, there is no denying the importance of squash to numerous Native American farmers. The word is from Narragansett Indians of Rhode Island. They used the word askutasquash which meant "eaten raw or uncooked." Different kinds of squash were grown as food by numerous tribes. It was the first of the "three sisters" (squash, corn and beans) to be domesticated. Beautiful bead design or flower of sustaining crop, the squash blossom deserves celebrating. 64” x 80”. Napped, felt bound. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

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7270-453-054  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Beargrass Mountain Pendleton Blanket - Beargrass Mountain

With sinuous lines and soft, muted hues, this wool blanket evokes the flowering meadows of Oregon and Washington’s western mountains, not far from our mills. Like the intricate beargrass baskets woven by the native craftspeople, this USA-made blanket is destined to be cherished for generations. Unnapped, felt bound. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

7270-353-409  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Big Medicine Pendleton Blanket - Big Medicine

The rare white bison occurs only once in every 10 million births. In 1933, a white buffalo was born in the wild on Montana’s Flathead Indian Reservation and was called “Big Medicine” to reflect his sacred power. Many Native American tribes consider the return of the White Buffalo the fulfillment of an ancient prophecy and the beginning of a new era for the peoples and Mother Earth. Tradition spoke of the coming of a herd of pure White Buffalo. The seven bison on this blanket represent the seven directions: North, South, East, West, Above, Below and Within. Together they symbolize wholeness for mankind and the earth. Prayer pipes signify mankind’s communication with the Creator. In the center of the blanket, within the circle of life, are four hands representing the diverse peoples of the world and a new beginning. Shades of brown and green reflect the natural beauty of Mother Earth. Napped. Felt-bound. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA. 64" x 80".

7270-452-417  Twin  $249.00 

 

Pendleton Blanket - Birch Path Pendleton Blanket - Birch Path

The Odawa people of the Great Lakes region depended on birchbark to create wigwams and canoes. This made-in-America wool blanket was inspired by their legend of the birch tree's origin and celebrates nature's bounty, with gently curved motifs echoing the birch branches. Woven in our Northwest mills, the intricate yet harmonious reversible design is elegantly understated on one side, boldly colorful on the other. 82% wool/18% spun cotton warp. Dry clean. Made in the USA. 64" x 80". Unnapped.

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7270-353-220  Twin  $249.00 

 


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