The Legend Behind Pendleton Blankets:
During the turn of the 20th Century the Pendleton Blanket legend was born at a woolen mill in Pendleton, Oregon that began producing striking wool blankets with vivid colors and authentic Native American Indian designs for the Umatilla and Cayuse indian tribes in the Northwest. The popularity of the "Pendleton Blanket" began to spread to other tribes and settlers that were moving into the region. Tourists venturing to the area from the west also purchased the weavings as souvenirs to take home for themselves and family. The combination of beauty, quality, durability and the superior warmth of the wool blankets made them popular for a wide range of outdoor activities and in the end earned Pendleton a reputation for superb craftsmanship and quality which continues to be a hallmark of the Pendleton Blanket and other Pendleton Products.
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|Elders – Circle of Life, All Night Meeting, Celebrate the Horse, Story Tellers – Keep My Fires Burning, Iroquois Turtle, Shared Spirits, Lakota Way of Life and 2012’s new edition the Spring Blanket blanket.
This series provide royalties to the American Indian College Fund who in turn provides financial support to American Indian students attending tribal colleges. This arrangement between Pendleton and the College Fund has existed since 1990.
The Pendleton National Park collection honors our collection of National Parks. Each blanket is made out of 100% virgin wool and has a label attached that with the park name and an image of a special feature within the park.
At 66” x 39” these can be used to add a splash of color almost anywhere in your home.
Featuring 18 different colors and styles of baby blankets (32” x 44”)
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