This Pendleton Woolen Mills custom blanket done in the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe's logo in brilliant colors. Looks great on a day bed, on a person, or on the wall!
Designed by Julius Peters. This logo not only represents the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, but also symbolizes two very important people that had a major impact on his life Simon and Annie Peters, his grandparents.
About the logo: The middle of the logo symbolizes the headdress worn by his grandfather. He was a traditional man with old Indian values. The headdress was made of eagle and pheasant feathers. The Eagle is a sacred bird of the Indians. He chose the pheasant because it was a beautiful bird to him. The top of the logo symbolizes the yoke that his grandmother, wore upon her chest. She believed the floral design meant beauty and love. They considered the acorns to be a symbol of Indian people. The acorns are like the Indian people, once small and new to the world, but in time, love and care, they will stand tall, beautiful and mighty. The once small tribe is growing and prospering.
Blanket measures 64" x 80"
82% pure wool, 18% cotton (warp)
Custom Pendleton: SCIT Logo.
Dry Clean Only