Pendleton Woolen Mills - a proud history of quality and heritage since 1863.
Pendleton Woolen Mills owes its origins to a pioneering and adventurous English weaver called Thomas Kay, who discovered his destiny in a young United States of America in 1863. Six generations later, his legacy lives on in what remains a family owned business.
Nearly a century and a half later, the Pendleton collections still include many of the products that brought the company initial recognition - distinctive woollen blankets and exceptional woollen fabrics. New, innovative products have expanded the company's range to keep up with current consumer needs, tastes and trends.
After century of blanket making Pendleton knows everything there is to know about wool - the softest, warmest and lightest. Indian blankets remain at the very heart of the Pendleton legacy, as the first products of the original Pendleton Woolen Mill. These unique wool blankets are highly valued not only by Native Americans, but by everyone who appreciates classic American design. Highly skilled artist weavers use jacquard looms to create the intricate patterns through individual control of every thread of yarn in the fabric. Not only are these blankets enjoyed for their warmth, they are often used ceremonially and decoratively. Limited edition blankets are highly sought after by collectors.
We offer a stylish range of traditional blankets as well as beautiful cot blankets for the little ones. We also feature a gorgeous choice of Pendleton handbags, beach towels and pet beds.
Nothing quite compares to Pendleton for quality and exceptional, meaningful beauty.
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