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Chief Joseph

Designed early in the1920s, the Chief Joseph design continues to be one of Pendleton’s most popular blankets.It commemorates the heroism of one of the Northwest’s greatest Nez Perce warriors, Chief Joseph. The design ranges across towels, blankets & pillows.

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Spring/Summer Blankets: Pendleton goes to Point Reyes

This Spring, we have two new wool blankets that honour two beautiful coastal spots; Falcon Cove and Point Reyes. The Point Reyes design is inspired by the first inhabitants of California’s Point Reyes were the peaceful Coast Miwok, who lived in harmony with the seasons through gathering, fishing and hunting.

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Native American Inspiration: The Peaceful Ones

“Hopi” is a shortened form of Hopituh Shi-nu-mu, or, “The Peaceful Ones.” The Hopi reservation covers almost 2.5 million acres of northeastern Arizona, near the Four Corners area east of the Grand Canyon. The Hopi reservation is completely surrounded by the Navajo reservation.

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The Story of Falcon Cove: Pendleton goes to the Oregon Coast

One of Pendleton’s jacquards for Spring 2018 is Falcon Cove. The full pattern shows best in the Falcon Cove blanket, woven in natural hues of sand, grasses and seaside bluffs. These shapes and colours represent the harmony of a beautiful stretch of coastline where thousands of birds nest each year.

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