The Story of Falcon Cove: Pendleton goes to the Oregon Coast

A woman stands in an orchard, swirling the Falcom Cove blanket around her

Falcon Cove

One of Pendleton’s jacquards for Spring 2018 is Falcon Cove. The full pattern shows best in the Falcon Cove blanket, woven in natural hues of sand, grasses and seaside bluffs. These shapes and colors represent the harmony of a beautiful stretch of coastline where thousands of birds nest each year.

See the blanket here: Falcon Cove

The Falcon Cove blanket b Pendleton

This hidden cove on Oregon’s coastline is home to Magic Rocks Beach, where ocean-tumbled stones make a rumbling music when washed by the tides. Here’s a video link that captures the sound of the magic rocks in question at about 1:50. Bonus: Enjoy a romping German Shepherd while watching.

More than just blankets

Pendleton’s womenswear team has designed some beautiful transitional women’s wool pieces in the Falcon Cove pattern. Perfect for those Winter to Spring days!

A man and woman stand by a doorway, and she is wearing a coat in the Falcon Cove pattern

A man, woman and child stand in a driveway, she is wearing a Falcon Cove patterned jacket A man and woman walk down a

And don’t forget bags.

Falcon Cove bags

a family has a picnic, Falcon Cove bag in the foreground

So wherever you wander this year, take a little stretch of the Oregon coast along with you.

A picnic setup on a Falcon Cove blanket

And consider visiting Oregon’s Falcon Cove this summer, where the Magic Rocks are waiting.

Photos: Cassy Berry for Pendleton, Pendleton Woolen Mills

See the entire Falcon Cove Collection here: Falcon Cove

A woman stands by an orchard, wrapped in a Pendleton Falcon Cove blanket

2 thoughts on “The Story of Falcon Cove: Pendleton goes to the Oregon Coast

  1. Hi. I have been buying your products for years. I just recently bought a coat. The filling is coming out and the pilling is out of control. I have been trying to get the return label in in order to return this. It has been nearly a week. I need the return label. Cait

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