This banded robe from the Pendleton Woolen Mills archives first debuted in 1904. It was offered again in 1920, during the Golden Age of the Native American Trade Blanket. Its sawtooth pattern of mountain peaks and crooked rivers represents landscape of central Oregon’s Ochoco Mountains. This area, home to bald eagles, hawks and falcons, was once a travel route and hunting ground for the Shoshone/Pauite people. Reverses for two dramatically different looks.
• 64" x 80"
• Unnapped, felt bound
• Pure virgin wool/cotton
• Fabric woven in American mills
• Dry clean
• Made in USA
By Pendleton Spanish crosses, diamond-shaped "eyes" (ojos) and the symbols of the Navajo Four Mountains of Creation are dramatic in any setting. The design reverses from black background to white–an achievement possible only in mills as technologically advanced as ours.•...
By Pendleton Inspired by a hidden cove on the Oregon coast, this wool bed blanket evokes the beauty of sand dunes, grasses and seaside bluffs. Woven in American mills in a balanced, harmonious design that reverses for two slightly different...
By Pendleton This banded robe from the Pendleton Woolen Mills archives first debuted in 1904. It was offered again in 1920, during the Golden Age of the Native American Trade Blanket. Its sawtooth pattern of mountain peaks and crooked rivers...
By Pendleton First woven in the 1920s, this USA-made wool blanket has been one of our most popular designs ever since. Chief Joseph led the Nez Perce tribe native to northeastern Oregon in the late 1800s. Widely admired for protecting...
By Pendleton Bold crosses and minimalist colors are inspired by the influence of 19th century Spanish missionaries on Southwest weaving. Reverses from grey background to ivory for two dramatically different looks.• Unnapped• Ultrasuede® trim; Twin is felt-bound• Pure virgin wool/cotton• Fabric...