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BSU Stadium Blanket

BSU Stadium Blanket

Manufacturer: Bemidji State University

Bemidji State University Licenced Apparel
100% Acrylic

Price: $58.00

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Buffalo Creation Story - Legendary Collection

Buffalo Creation Story - Legendary Collection

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Blankets/Robes/Throws

For a century, Pendleton Woolen Mills has woven the legends and symbols of Native American tribes into beautiful blankets. Native Americans were our first and remain our most loyal customers. In the early 20th century, Pendleton was among the few American mills making blankets specifically for the Indian trade. A Pendleton blanket continues to signify honor and respect. For a hundred years, Native Americans have acknowledged births, deaths and major milestones and accomplishments with the gift of a Pendleton blanket.

Buffalos are not typically associated with Navajo culture. So when contemporary Navajo artist Andrew Hobson discovered a story of how the buffalo evolved in Navajo creation stories, he was fascinated. Hobson’s original painting of the Buffalo-Who-Never-Dies of the White Buffalo Tribe inspired this Pendleton blanket. In the tale, Buffalo became angry with Holy Man for having two buffalo women as his wives. Holy Man killed the angry buffalo with magic arrows and wands. But to his dismay, all the buffalos began to die. Then sad, Holy Man brought the buffalo back to life and showed him how to revive all the other buffalo. The central figure shows the angry buffalo fractured in pieces to symbolize his death and journey back to life. Four buffalo tribes are shown inside protective medicine hoops, and the four sacred mountain ranges of the Navajo surround the central buffalo. The artist frames the work in the abstract rainbow symbolizing his personal Yeii, or protective deity. Napped. Felt bound. 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

Price: $239.00

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Rio Concho Pillows

Rio Concho Pillows

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Pillow and Shams

The Concho River in West Texas was named for the freshwater mussel shells found along its banks. Concho means "shell" in"Spanish. The mussel shells were found by the Spanish who explored the area in 1540. Some say it was Franciscan Fathers who later visited the area and named the north branch of the Concho the Rio Concho or River of Shells. Today, concho refers to the embossed shell-shaped metal pieces that decorate Western belts and jewelry. Unnapped, whipstitch binding. 82% wool/18% cotton with feather fill. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

Price: $69.50

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100% Pure Wool Quilt Batting - Full

100% Pure Wool Quilt Batting - Full

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Quilt Batting

The original Bemidji wool batting now comes handtied by skilled quilters into a natural cotton cheesecloth cover. For a truly traditional and lasting quilt, you can't beat the authenticity of 100% wool batting. Dry clean only.

Price: $71.00

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150 Years of Statehood

150 Years of Statehood

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Blankets

150 Years of Statehood a Minnesota State wide Sesquicentennial Celebration

Bemidji, Minnesota
Honorary Capital for a Day
May 12th, 2008
for the
Coniferous Region of the
Great State of Minnesota

2008 marks the 150th anniversary of statehood for Minnesota; On May 11, 1858 United States Congress passed the bill for Minnesota statehood and August 29, 2007 marks the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Minnesota Constitution, creating the Office of the Secretary of State. In this commemoration, Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie is emphasizing efforts to enhance civic education and engagement; as we appreciate the development of our democracy over the past 150 years, we also recognize the need to do to more to fully realize the promise of democracy in Minnesota.

150 Years of Statehood commemorative Sesquicentennial Blanket Manufactured by Bemidji Woolen Mills

You can purchase a beautiful 150 Year of Statehood commemorative Sesquicentennial Blanket manufactured by Bemidji Woolen Mills. For each blanket sold, the Bemidji Capital for a Day Committee will receive $10.00 to help with the special events that are being planned for May 12, 2008 in Bemidji, Minnesota.

Content: 100% Acrylic
Machine wash gentle knit cycle, line dry

Links:
- Bemidji Sesquicentennial Events
- State Site Sesquicentennial

Price: $58.00

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Alpaca Bed Blankets

Alpaca Bed Blankets

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Blankets/Robes/Throws

Alpaca fibers were once reserved for the Incan kings of ancient Peru. Today these wonderfully light, soft alpaca throws and blankets are woven in our Northwest mills. Alpaca’s hollow-core fiber is even stronger and warmer than sheep wool. It retains heat, repels moisture and wears beautifully. It is hypoallergenic, and no dyes are used to deliver the gorgeous natural colors. 80% alpaca/20% wool. Turned hem. Dry Clean. Made in the USA.

Price: $399.00

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Arrowhead Blanket Robe

Arrowhead Blanket Robe

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Blankets/Robes/Throws

These blankets are robe size, the size preferred by native Americans for ceremonial purposes and wrapping about oneself as a robe. They are impressive as wall hangings and practical when folded on a sofa or at the foot of a bed. Felt bound unless otherwise noted.

The intricate, geometric design is created with arrow images, symbols common among Native American tribes. Arrowheads are often used in designs to signify protection. Unnapped. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

Price: $239.00

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Basket Dance

Basket Dance

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Bed Collections

Like beloved Pendleton blankets, Hopi baskets are passed from generations to generations and offered as gifts from friend to friend. These intricately woven baskets and the ceremony associated with them inspired our Basket Dance Blanket. Its design celebrates Hopi craftsmanship and traditions. A Hopi basket is offered as a sign of kinship, friendship and sharing. Autumn is the time of the Basket Dance, a harvest ceremony perfromed by women of the Lakon Society of basket weavers. The women first gather in a kiza to fast, pray and chant. They then emerge chanting and dancing while raising and lowering baskets to the four directions of the compass. Traditionally the women toss many baskets to onlookers afterward. This harvest dance of sharing and generosity ensures rain and bountiful crops the next Spring. Napped, sueded trim. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

Price: $239.00

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Basket Dance - Blanket Robe

Basket Dance - Blanket Robe

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Blankets/Robes/Throws

These blankets are robe size, the size preferred by Native Americans for ceremonial purposes and wrapping about oneself as a robe. They are impressive as wall hangings and practical when folded on a sofa or at the foot of a bed. Felt bound. 82% pure virigin wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

Like beloved Pendleton blankets, Hopi baskets are passed from generation to generation and offered as gifts from friend to friend. These intricately woven baskets and the ceremony associated with them inspired our Basket Dance Blanket. Its design celebrates Hopi craftsmanship and traditions. A Hopi basket is offered as a sign of kinship, friendship and sharing. Napped.

Price: $239.00

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Beaded Bandolier

Beaded Bandolier

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Bed Collections

This intricately woven blanket reflects the beauty of the elaborately beaded bags crafted by the Ojibwe and other peoples of the Great lakes. The earliest Ojibwe bandolier bags were made around 1850. They were very popular through the 1930s, and a few are still made today. Bandolier bags are heavily beaded pouches with a beaded strap worn diagonally over the shoulder. Native American bandolier bags were inspired by the cartridge bags carried by European soldiers. The designs were created using European glass trade beads instead of the porcupine quills of the old days. The bags themselves were usually fashioned from cotton, wool, velvet or leather. They could be used as tobacco pouches or dance and ceremonial regalia, worn usually by men. The beadwork was done by women during the winter. When summer came, men travelled to Sioux country where a beautiful bandolier could be worth a pony in trade. Unnapped, sueded trim. 82% wool/18% cotton. Dry clean. Made in the USA.

Price: $239.00

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