Pendleton | The Healing Blanket


Against the blue of Father Sky, songbirds rise from Mother Earth to greet the healing rays of Morning Sun. The birds carry messages of harmony, renewal and balance in a design that brings awareness to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Movement. A band of turquoise symbolizes Life, with bands of red for missing Native relatives who will never be forgotten. Designed by Diné artist Lenadra Yazzie, this blanket is woven from pure virgin wool in our Pendleton, Oregon, mill.

A portion of the proceeds from The Healing Blanket will go to the NIWRC: National Indigenous Women's Resource Center.
  • 64" x 80"
  • Unnapped; fabric is left uncombed for sharper pattern definition
  • Felt binding
  • 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
  • Fabric woven in our American mills
  • Dry clean
  • Made in USA

About the artist:
Leandra Yazzie (Diné) is an Arizona artist and designer. Growing up, her grandmother and aunt, both renowned Navajo weavers, shared their talents, techniques, and histories with her. Ms. Yazzie credits the resilient women in her life with inspiring the vibrant cultural undertones that inform her work.