Posts from the ‘Pendleton Woolen Mills’ Category
It’s time to say hello to Father Winter!
He is all decked out in Chimayo fabric, which will certainly keep him warm as he treks across the world bringing presents. This collector’s dream carries Native American-inspired baskets and his own little tree. He would look most festive displayed with our snowglobes.
Father Winter is a Pendleton Holiday tradition.
Available at http://www.pendleton-usa.com.
“Wild” is not just the number one movie right now, it’s the number one bestselling book on Amazon–years after its release!
The movie was filmed on location, so Oregon’s part of the Pacific Crest Trail is one of the stars, right up there with Ms. Witherspoon. There are some amazing shots near Crater Lake, all the more amazing because Crater Lake national park is only open a short time each year.
We are excited!
We would like to thank everyone who made our collaboration with UGG Australia such a success; the idea-people in our sales teams, the designers and manufacturers from both companies. Most of all we want to thank consumers for reacting with warmth and enthusiasm to this pairing! It was amazing!
We are saying thanks with some beautiful shots of Amy Patterson of Amy Patterson Fitness doing yoga in her new boots.
Beautiful poses, great strength, and the Oregon countryside.
This collaboration was such a success, who knows what the future will hold? We will find out…down the road.
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Connie the Corgi is a blue-eyed charmer with his own Instagram account.
He has a true love of Pendleton.
He is a playful fellow.
And quite well-dressed in his flannel plaid.
When he is worn out, he appears to appreciate relaxing on Pendleton’s Made in the USA wool blankets.
Especially if Dad is around.
We think Connie looks like he’s a lot of fun.
Connie, thanks for your brand support. And go fetch that ball.
The Raven blanket is a fine example of Coast Indian artistic style. Here’s the legend behind the pattern:
North American Indian folklore reflects the many stories surrounding animal spirits. Every animal has a reason for existence and a legend of how and why they are on Mother Earth. Raven is the counterpart of Coyote. Even though Raven can be an expert trickster, often fooling other animals out of food or shelter, Raven can also be a friend when other animals need help. With sharp eyes, he has a keen skill of knowing when danger lurks. Raven identifies the danger and notifies all other animals in the desert or forest to be cautious or to hide. Raven is a solid reminder and teacher of the good versus evil and is always available if there is a decision to be made. The Blanket exemplifies the black colored feathers of Raven; the red color of potential danger that surrounds him. The blanket is bordered with the Sun, Moon and Stars that are celestial facets of Raven’s life.
Isn’t that amazing? Lindsey works with so many fabric artists to produce her line, and we are excited to be one of them. We hope you’re having a terrific December, and that you’re staying warm, wherever you are. Like Blake. Who is looking fabulous and staying warm in Pendleton wool.
This holiday season, Pendleton is proud to offer a limited edition of work by Tricia Langman, co-founder and design director of Spoogi, an international print design studio based on Portland, Oregon.
Tricia, a British textile designer with West African heritage, grew up in London surrounded by print and pattern. She’s a worldwide teacher of design and technique. She has designed and produced a unique collection for Pendleton Woolen Mills using traditional Batik techniques from Java, Indonesia.
She hand-dyes each blanket in her Portland, Oregon studio.
Pendleton is proud to offer these works of art in very limited editions, each numbered and signed by the artist.
Levi’s© Made and Crafted™ collection for Fall 2014/Winter 2015 takes inspiration from the architecture of Seattle and Portland, two cities that inhabit the wild landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. Natural beauty is almost taken for granted here. Sometimes it takes appreciation from outside the area to help us remember the wonder of our region.
One city is built along Puget Sound, and the other is bisected by the Willamette River and bordered by the mighty Columbia. The Cascade Mountains tower behind the Seattle skyline, resembling clouds. Both cities sit near inactive volcanoes; Mt. Rainier and Mt. Hood. The designers for Levi’s have used this interplay of city and mountain, indoors and outdoors, old and new, to inspire their newest Made and Crafted™ collection. The silhouettes, texture and color palette reflect the natural and manmade beauty, with a nod to the Northern Lights for good measure.
Using these deep natural inspirations, Levi’s© has partnered with Pendleton Woolen Mills to portray the landscapes of the Pacific Northwest with shades of indigo to reflect Levi’s© rich history with denim.
This beautiful blanket is available at Pendleton-usa.com. We suggest you take it along on your next adventure.
Photos by Hunter Lawrence 2014©. All rights reserved by Pendleton Woolen Mills.
Our newest project with UGG Australia has been received with excitement across America and Europe. Our virgin wool and UGG’s superior sheepskin are adding up to a beautiful collaboration. It’s a natural pairing, all the moreso because both brands have deep ties to Southern California surf culture.
Pendleton goes back to the inception of the surf scene, as we’ve written about while discussing the Beach Boys in their earliest incarnation as the Pendletones. In the late ’50s, before the wetsuit was invented, California surfers wore trunks and a Pendleton shirt over a layer of petroleum jelly to stay warm on the waves. On shore, surfers wore the same Pendleton shirts over khakis, and a fashion trend was born. The Beach Boys dressed like all the boys on the beach, and their signature shirt remains one of our best-selling today.
For UGG, the story began in 1978 when Aussie surfer Brian Smith landed in Southern California with a bag of sheepskin boots and a lot of hope that his styles would catch on in Southern California. The beaches of SoCal had long been an epicenter of a relaxed, casual lifestyle and Smith’s sheepskin boots were a hit..
UGG traveled to Portland to select their fabric, and chose our ‘Coyote Butte’ pattern. A million years of history are recorded in the tepee-shaped rock formations known as Coyote Butte, found in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness of Utah and Arizona.
The collection has seven styles; two boots, two booties and two mocs, and one handbag.
Here are a few shots from the UGG concept store in New York. Love it!
We’re fans of the stirring photography of the Thomas Kay line for men (from Pendleton Woolen Mills) in the Fall quarterly issue of Man of the World.
Yes, we know, it’s so artfully packed over there on the right side that you almost can’t see it, but we like the shot anyway. There’s nothing quite like camping with wool.
“The Big Sky State” captures Montana style with our Thomas Kay Oliver shirt in Macrae Ancient Dress Tartan.
A pickup truck, a good dog and a Pendleton wool shirt. What more could you ask for? Besides that awesome tractor. These are great Big Sky shots from a beautiful publication. Pick up your copy and marvel.
You can check out the rest of the Thomas Kay line here.