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The Pendleton Isle Royale blanket represents the beauty of the North Woods. It's colors each represent a component of the deep woods, green represents the forest, brown representing the earth and blue representing deep lakes and roaring waterfalls. The wildlife of the woods are honored by the moose, beaver and bear figures on the blanket. Pine boughs, maple leafs and oak leafs can be found.
Origin: Made in USA Colors: Turquoise, rust, pale blue, white & tan The Pendleton Hacienda blankets mimic the traditional southwestern blanket designs of Navajo Chief blankets. The intricate pattern incorporates the geometric and 90 degree designs that early chief blankets incorporated. The colors incorporated in the Hacienda blanket above are turquoise, rust, pale blue, white & tan.
The unnapped Pendleton Evening Star blanket features a traditional star symbol emblazoned on the colors of the sunset. The outlined Venus symbols�representing both the morning and evening star�that inspired this blanket have been found on rock art throughout North and South America. Stories of the Evening Star, the planet Venus, are found in a number of Native American myths.
The Pendleton Shared Spirits blanket celebrates the universal symbolism of the diverse and yet unified Native American cultures. The central diamond is a sacred circle filled with a cross and design incorporates the thunderbird, bear, buffalo and elk. Other symbols include rain clouds, sun, moon and stars.
Size : 64" X 80" Material: 82% Wool -18% Cotton Felt Edge Origin: Made in USA: Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills The Circle of Life or Elders blanket is commemorative of Tribal Elders or Wisdom Keepers everywhere. The blanket sybolizes, Mother Earth, Sun, the four directions of life and other celestial bodies.