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Enter To Win Center of Creation Pendleton Blanket

Enter To Win Center of Creation Pendleton Blanket

Posted By Paul G September 3rd, 2019 Last Updated on: September 3rd, 2019

Thanks to our friends at Pendleton we are giving away another blanket in September!

Enter below for your chance to win a Pendleton Blanket.  The more ways you enter, the more chances you have to enter.  Be sure to check back often for more ways to enter.


Center of Creation pattern is based on a diptych fresco by Deborah Jojola. This design symbolizes how life grows from earth, rising through clouds. A central bloom releases seeds, which are scattered by wind. Arrows represent sovereignty, while curved elements show life as a continuing spiral. Part of our Legendary Collection, this design honors stories and symbols of Native American cultures. Each year a new collector’s blanket is added to the series. 


• Comes with a Legendary Collection label 
• 64″ x 80″ 
• Napped; felt bound 
• Pure virgin wool/cotton 
• Fabric woven in our American mills 
• Dry clean 
• Made in USA

About the artist: Deborah Jojola is an educator and award-winning artist of Jemez Pueblo and Pueblo of Isleta heritage. She is committed to reviving the lost arts of her ancestors. Using bygone techniques, Deborah creates designs that encompass rare Isleta iconography. “We have a purpose beyond in this life. Life is a spiral,” she states.



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70 thoughts on “Enter To Win Center of Creation Pendleton Blanket

  1. linda ricotta says:

    wow an amazing blanket my husband just found out this 4th great grandma is full native american as her husband was a indian cheif on mackinac island and to top it off we’ve been living on a old indian reservation how neat is that we actually have a ceremonial plot behind our house

  2. Cindy Cook says:

    Thanks for the chance to win. I think it would be a beautiful gift for my native american aunt.

  3. Stacia Pedro says:

    My name is Stacia, I have a son that will be graduating from high school this coming May. This blanket would be a great way to honor his accomplishments. I am so proud of the young man he is becoming. Thank you for the opportunity. Be blessed. Aho.

  4. Darlene Jilks says:

    Beautiful blanket!!!!!!! I am an aborginal person and I love anything native!!!!!!!!!

  5. REBEKAH LASALA says:

    I am poor and unemployed and am Cherokee and I am a Native American activist for Leonard Peltier for 30 years and I walked across the country in 1992 for Native American rights for and with the American Indian Movement on the Walk Across America for Mother Earth 1992.

  6. TAMMY CUETO says:

    Hello,

    My name is Tammy and I would love and cherish such a beautiful blanket. I know it’s made with love and it would be a great reminder of my grandmother who recently passed on. Her great love for the Native American Community lives inside of me and I share it with my 5 children now.

  7. I will be attending my first festival Saturday 21. In Macon ga. I am part Indian but don’t know anything about it. No family left to ask but i remember my mother and grandmother having jet black hair and eyes so dark brown they almost looked black. I plan to ask for information on getting started on my research. Thank you for the opportunity to win this beautiful blanket

    • I am in the same boat, Lisa. Family gone, I live in Ontario, Canada, in a small town, with Native relatives all around me. I have been trying for 3 years to find my connection to all these
      cousins. I have our chief helping me now. Good Luck on your search.

    • I would so cherish this I was adopted at age 12 and lost all my heritage and all links to it … very Ptolemy is known about my previous life the one thing all adults talked about was that’s Iam Cherokee .. this would be a blessing in so many ways

  8. Vera Green says:

    I love going to Powwows they remind me of my grandma, we have gone to most of them we miss them very much when are they coming back to California, can’t wait to see them Thank you for the Powwows the. Food is also great . Thank You Muncho Vera

  9. Georgette Mitchell says:

    This is my grand daughter birthday month. I would love to have the opportunity to give her an amazing blanket.

  10. amber williams says:

    I go to powwow because it makes me feel free in side and I remember all my family had to go through to be free.

    • Debra Hernandez says:

      Beautiful blanket would love to cherish the beauty around my home .Love the design and colors

  11. Catherine Lewis says:

    My sister is a huge fan of American Indians and she would love this. So I am trying to win this for her for Christmas. She lives in Arizona and has her entire house decorated in American Indian.

  12. John Petersen says:

    It’s been many years since I attended my first pow wow with my father James Rockman Petersen in Davis California. I love watching the dancers and all of the Family members who keep the old traditions alive. I look forward to attending the upcoming Pow wow in San Bernardino this year and thank you all for your participation and making it available online to those who can not attend. May the Culture never disappear from our planet earth !

  13. John Petersen says:

    It’s been many years since I attended my first pow wow with my father James Rockman Petersen in Davis California. I love watching the dancers and all of the Family members who keep the old traditions alive. I look forward to attending the upcoming low wow in San Bernardino this year and thank you all for your participation and making it available online to those who can not attend. May the Culture never disappear from our planet earth !

  14. My children are Native and proud of their heritage. I have been to severl pow-wows with them and they go with their families. I always am amazed at how your traditions continue. So Proud of who you are. Such beauty.

  15. Mary Otis says:

    There’s something very exciting about tribal music, dance and history that no other group offers.

  16. Hello Paul,

    Thank you for another excellent season of coverage, and I hope that you continue some sort of coverage during the chilly season. For me in WA, it can’t rain soon enough.

  17. RACHEL ROSALES says:

    I LOVE GOING TO THE POW WOW’S. I AM 50% NATIVE AMERICAN SO I THINK THE WHOLE CULTURE IS AMAZING.

      • Angela Lowe says:

        I love everything Native American but, my heritage is Eastern Band Cherokee! My grandfather, who i didn’t get to meet, because of his death when my daddy was 12 yrs old, was full blooded Cherokee. We have tried to trace our heritage back but, got stuck when finding out my grandfather was adopted. Don’t know how to find his biological parents. I have recently felt the need to find out as much about my heritage as possible. I don’t want my kids and grandkids not knowing as much as i can tell them. For me it’s important to keep Native American people and, ways going.
        Anyway, this blanket would mean so much to me in knowing where it came from.
        Thank you so much!!

    • Maria Rodgers says:

      I love anything that is made through native American Indians. It has a meaning what ever they make. Everything has a symbol. I love it. And I am Navajo and Aztec.

    • Roberta LaPointe says:

      I totally love going to the Pow-Wow’s, My grandfather was. Chief MorningCloud With the Swinomish Tribe, I am also ALASKAN & CHIPPEWA..

      • Gloria J. Turner says:

        I attended my first northern powwow. Loved it. Felt like coming home!
        I am Eufaula, Chahtah Alabama.

      • Danny R. Lopez says:

        I would like to find out my native blood my older sisters tell me our grandma was apache need help

  18. HI ALL
    I AM SOO HAPPY FOR A ANOTHER CHANCE TO ENTER TO WIN A BEAUTIFUL
    PENDLETON BLANKET.
    THE DESIGN TELLS SUCH A WONDERFUL
    STORY HOW WE ALL ARE BONDED WITH MOTHER EARTH AND EVERYTHING IS SO
    RELATIVE.
    THIS IS MY BIRTHDAY MONTH AND WOULD BE SUCH A THRILL AND A WONDERFUL BIRTHDAY GIFT FOR MY 68TH.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE OFFER.
    SINCERELY,
    LISA (ELLE) MAJORANA

      • TAMMY CUETO says:

        Hello,

        My name is Tammy and I would love and cherish such a beautiful blanket. I know it’s made with love and it would be a great reminder of my grandmother who recently passed on. Her great love for the Native American Community lives inside of me and I share it with my 5 children now.

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