Jypsy Soul Limited Edition Artist Series: Deshawna Anderson's Courage to Bloom
Striking, absolutely Striking.
Our Reversible Riding Poncho in Pendleton®'s Courage to Bloom by Deshawna Anderson, is as beautiful as it is profound. Trimmed in hand stripped leather and champagne sheepskin.
“A made-in-USA wool blanket with a pattern of arrow shapes that symbolize finding a good path in life, acknowledging that every path holds pitfalls and dangers, as well as opportunity. In this design, artist Deshawna Anderson honors the loss of missing and murdered indigenous Native people. The hourglass shape at the base of the largest blossom represents life’s spiritual journey through the most difficult circumstances.” - Pendleton
Family owned for 150 years, Pendleton® Mills weaves the finest virgin wool into spectacular works of art. Utilizing blankets inspired by Native American designs, our cloaks are incredibly warm, incredibly durable, and incredibly beautiful.
Riding Cloaks are individually handcrafted making each is a unique creation. They are completely reversible and constructed from all natural materials. Wear them on the trail, on the town, by the campfire, at a festival or apres-ski
All Riding Cloaks are completely custom and take 7-10 working days to complete. MADE IN THE USA
Each Riding Cloak is individually handcrafted thus making each a completely unique creation. They are completely reversible with all natural materials and made from authentic Pendleton Wool. Coordinating saddle pads, in both English and Western styles, are available.
As all of our Riding Cloaks are completely custom they take approximately 7-10 working days to complete.
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Pendleton® Wool is made in the USA and their legendary fabrics have been a staple in American homes- from the prairies to the White House, for over 129 years. It's Native American tribal designs are iconic and have been culturally intertwined with our North American Native Peoples over the last century. Considered heirloom quality, it is one of the finest wools in the world. As a designer, it is an honor and a privilege every day I get to work with these stunning and culturally significant fabrics