museum of fine arts boston ~ dale chihuly
Last Friday, I had the extreme pleasure of attending the Dale Chihuly exhibition,"Through the Looking Glass" at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston...joining me were my sister Karen (in Boston for a brief visit) and my mom...we started the afternoon with a lovely lunch in the Shapiro Courtyard, part of the new wing, followed…
Pendleton Woolen Mills Factory Tour
One of the great American textile companies, Pendleton Woolen Mills continues to produce amazing blankets and clothing from their factories in Washington and Oregon.
Pendleton Yakima Camp Lake Wool Blanket (Twin), Gray
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Blanket Weight Wool Jacquards
Blanket Weight Wool Jacquards The Woolen Mill store is the flagship Pendleton Fabric Store, with more than 300 rolls of wool fabric hanging! Check back often, as new fabrics are added on a regular basis. Quantities of some fabrics may be limited. Please call the store at (503) 535-5786 or 1-866-865-9285 to place an order…
Pendleton Carry Along Motor Robe Blanket Kent
For long flights and windy tailgates, a cozy blanket is always a good idea. The Pendleton Carry Along Motor Robe blanket comes with a leather carry strap so you can get toasty-warm anytime, anywhere. Available at REI, 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mill Tribute Blankets by Pendleton: The Buell Manufacturing Company of St. Joseph, Missouri
In 2010, Pendleton Woolen Mills introduced our Tribute Series, paying homage to the American mills that thrived during the Golden Age of Trade blankets. In the early part of the 20th century, Pendleton Woolen Mills was one of five major mills weaving Trade blankets. The Buell Manufacturing Company of St. Joseph, Missouri, incorporated in 1877. St. Joseph was…
Introduction to Indian Trade Blankets | Barry Friedman's Blankets
Wool Indian trade blankets are commercially woven blankets with striking geometric patterns used for clothing, bedding, warmth, ceremonial dances and gifts.