Pendleton Beaver State Hopi Trail Blanket Robe Ramona Sakiestewa New In Box. Commemorating the heritage of the American Southwest. In the tradition of Indian Trade Blankets, the Southwest Trails Blankets highlight the colors of the Southwest and celebrate the diversity of cultures, myths and traditions that is our common ancestry. Designed by Native American artist, Ramona Sakiestewa, this series of six Pendleton blankets commemorates the heritage of American Southwest trails. The elements in each blanket reflect the culture and tradition of the Southwest particular to the individual trails.Designed by Native American Artist Ramona Sakiestewa and woven by Pendleton Woolen Mills, exclusively for Dewey Trading Company. Features a central bird and bat motif taken from 14th century Sikyatki pottery of this Pueblo tribe. Hopi Trail venerates the ancient Native American craft of pottery-making. Expressing remembrances of life pottery and textiles served as utilitarian items for cooking, storage, clothing, and ceremonial uses.
82% pure virgin wool/ 18% cotton.