Wyeth Trail Blanket Robe
This USA-made blanket from Pendleton reflects the warm, harmonious colours of ancient corn varieties, in a balanced pattern of rows that echo long-ago gardens. Arrows point in two directions: the past and the future, reversing for two dramatically different looks.
Fossil Springs Blanket Robe
Inspired by the powerful waters of Fossil Springs in Arizona's Coconino National Forest. Every minute 20,000 gallons of calcium-laden water pour from the base of a 1,600 ft deep canyon, laying down deposits of travertine limestone and creating the fossils that inspired the areas name. In the centre of this pattern, the springs surge to the surface, flowing out to fuel the wild waters of Fossil Creek. Woven in their Pacific Northwest mill, this blanket is the perfect accent at the foot of a bed, on the back of a couch or even used as a wall hanging.
Chair One Tie Dye
Pathway College Fund Blanket
A bold blanket from Pendleton imbued with traditional Pawnee symbology from artist Bunky Echo-Hawk. Red, white, yellow and black signify the four races of humankind, the four stages of life and the semi-cardinal directions. Turquoise represents sky, while the four-pointed stars of the Milky Way symbolize the Path of Departed Spirits. A winding path through the blanket’s center traces life’s journey. Robe (twin) size makes an impressive wall hanging and a beautiful home accent when draped over a sofa or folded at the foot of a bed. Reverses for two dramatically different looks.
Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges. Your purchase helps support their honorable mission.
Rio Chama Heritage Blanket
Direct from the Pendleton archives: a vibrant 1935 blanket pattern inspired by the Rio Chama (Flame River), a major tributary of the Rio Grande that flows through multi-colored canyon walls. Made in the USA of wool woven at Pendleton's Northwest mills, this blanket is perfectly sized to hang on a wall, to nap under on a chilly afternoon or to drape over a sofa. Reverses for two dramatically different looks.
Motor Robe Mosier
The Pendleton pure virgin wool throw is softly napped and the perfect size to curl up with on the sofa or toss in the car. Each one is still woven in their America mills. and comes with a convenient leather carrier. Called steamer rugs during the early 20th century, these blankets were a warm, welcome companion for travellers and are just as relevant today. Throw one in your pannier or the back of the car.
Thunderbird Mountain Blanket Black/Tan Queen
The Menominee of Northern Wisconsin tell of a great mountain that floats in the western sky. Here dwell the mighty Thunderbirds, messengers and controllers of rain and hailstorms that can save crops, or ruin them. The Thunderbirds are also great protectors, preventing the Misikinubik, or giant horned snakes, from overrunning the earth.
Meridian Crossing Napped Jacquard Blanket Queen
Inspired by the crossing of navigational lines on a deep blue sea, the Pendleton, Meridian Crossing Blanket is an eye-catching statement piece for the sofa or bed. Reversible for two different looks, with ocean-blue ombre bands on one side and solid white on the other, representing North and South Poles where every meridian line meets.
Motor Robe with Carrier Steens Mountain
The Motor Robe Steens Mountain from Pendleton is made from pure virgin wool and is the perfect size to curl up with on the sofa or toss in the car. Woven in their American mills the motor robe comes with a convenient leather carrier. Called steamer rugs in the earlier 20th Century, these blankets were a warm, welcome companion for those who travelled by horse-drawn carriage, train or boat.
Yakima Twin Camp Blanket High Ridge
The Yakima Twin Blanket in High Ridge from Pendleton is inspired by the camp blankets originally used by shepherds to brave the elements of the Pacific Northwest - right where Pendleton's wool versions like this one are still woven today.
Yakima Twin Blanket with Carrier Lake
The Yakima Twin Blanket and Carrier in Lake from Pendleton is inspired by the camp blankets originally used by shepherds to brave the elements of the Pacific Northwest - right where Pendleton's wool versions are still woven today.
Spirit Seeker Jacquard Blanket Navy Robe
The quest for knowledge leads the spiritual seeker on many paths. Indigenous Australian go on ritual wanderings known as walkabouts. The Babongo people of Africa have a rebirthing ritual that includes a journey to find spiritual truth. Native Americans from many different tribes go on vision quests, rites of passage that include fasting, prayer and a solitary journey to find life's purpose. The Spirit Seeker Jacquard Blanket from Pendleton celebrates seekers and their journeys with multi-directional arrows bordering a medallion, the central truth reached by multiple paths. As an added element, this blanket gives you a dramatic look when reversed.