In the Iroquois legend of the Three Sisters, beans, squash and corn grow together, thriving through the Native American practice of companion planting. Today, pure strains of Native crops are hard to come by. Seed Saver banks in Decorah, Iowa, and Tucson, Arizona, store precious seeds from long ago plants. In the harmonious colors of ancient corn varieties, a balanced pattern of rows echoes the ancient gardens, with arrows pointing in two directions, towards the past and the future.
Discover the Legacy of Pendleton
For over a century, the Pendleton legacy has epitomized the artistry of American craftsmanship. What began as a family tradition has evolved into an enduring commitment to quality and innovation in fabric-making.
Our journey is interwoven with the rich tapestry of Indigenous communities, and we proudly continue to collaborate with and showcase the timeless beauty of traditional Indigenous design and artistry to the world.
Explore the heritage of Pendleton, where expertise meets culture, and craftsmanship spans generations.