Fire Pendleton Blanket – Enter To Win

Fire Pendleton Blanket – Enter To Win

Posted By Paul G September 8th, 2020 Last Updated on: September 14th, 2020

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53 thoughts on “Fire Pendleton Blanket – Enter To Win

  1. Michelle Kiernan says:

    Best of luck to everyone! I hope the blanket finds the home that makes it happiest 🙂
    Powwows.com has some amazing resources! Take care everyone <3

  2. Mark Smith says:

    This pattern is stunning! Wanìshi, Paul, for all the great opportunities to win these beautiful blankets, and keep up the great work!

  3. Dennis Johnson says:

    My wife and I love to attend powwows. We learn so much about our heritage and our connection to the earth. Can hardly wait for their return!

  4. That blanket is absolutely stunning and I’m so happy I found this website I’ve been following the Facebook page for some time now and entering for this beautiful blanket all those extra entries I found the crafting part of this website and I got excited I’ve been trying to learn beading and stuff but I just can’t seem to get it fully but will one day every one of those extra entries I took time to go through and read most of it

  5. 9/14/2020

    I found my grandparents birth certificates and found my great grand father on my NaNa’s side was Scottish ( Harper ) and on my grandpa’s side was Irish ( Stanton ). Both Great Grandmothers were 1/2 Native American and 1/2 Mexican. I feel very proud to be a small part of the Indian Nation. Thank you for all the wisdom; history and kindness you have shared with me. The Indian Nation is a Great Nation and will always be a great NATION. May God watch over you and be safe. Michael Adrian War Horse Harper-Rosiak

  6. selina sixkiller says:

    Just want to ask all tribes who read this to keep my son’s family in prayers he, girlfriend and two children were in a crash on I-8 Sept.1 in Wellton AZ near Yuma,Az. At this time granddaughter Damiani Sixkiller still in Phoenix Children’s Hospital with dad Jason Parfait by her side my grandson Chase Sixkiller home with me, mom in a Phoenix hospital as well in my language Wa-Do

  7. David Birmingham says:

    It says enter daily above the entry form and on one line entry, but the rules which are legally binding say “You May Only Enter Once” which is it? one or the other must be removed.

  8. From the Pacific Northwest and live in east now. Miss it back there and love Pendleton blankets!

  9. Edward Nelson says:

    I love watching powwows and the singing and dancing . I get very emotional while watching.

    • I actually have this pattern almost exactly in a jacket that I wear when in woods for sacred ceremony and prayers. I would love to have a blanket like this. Thank you for the opportunity.A’ho

    • Thank you for the opportunity to be able to mabe receive such a beautiful gift. I have arthritis and Copd and cold weather is starting. Seems to be harder to keep warm. I will treasure the gift of the blanket while watching virtual Pow Wows and dream of being at one again with my friend Blue Sky who passed many years ago. I so love the shawl dancers and listening to the drums and singing and closing my eyes so I can drift back in memories. Thank you for this chance. Sheila True

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