Christmas Sweaters new arrivals. Fold over collar, two flap pockets with snap closure and shirttails hemline. Condition: Good Item : more info Add to Order. Newer than 90s -Pendleton- Mens baby blue, sage green, beige, and brown plaid cotton button cuff longsleeve button up front flannel shirt. Fold over collar, two flap pockets with button closure and sh Newer than 90s -Pendleton- Mens dusty blue, orange, and ivory plaid cotton button cuff longsleeve button up front flannel shirt.
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Hi Shannon, I would dry clean the jackets. I haven't tried washing one I must admit, but I generally shy away from washing woven wool. Love these 49er Jackets and would love to make one, but where can one find a pattern? McCalls should re-release this pattern again. Fabulous photos!
Kay settled in Oregon. After working a few years as an employee of another mill, he decided to start his own business in the wool trade, the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill in Salem, Oregon. Bishop, things changed for the better. Kay helped them to expand their business from the manufacturing side into the retail business. Kay came to Oregon, and 9 years after his death, the family business was moved to Pendleton, Oregon in where the family took over the defunct Pendleton Woolen Mills.