September Annual Fabric Sale!

Going Strong through 9/30/20!

A piece of gold and navy blue fabric in the Pendleton "Basket maker" pattern draped, with the words "ANNUAL FABRIC SALE" superimposed over the fabric.
  • Up to 60% off!
  • 35 to 60% off table cuts (in-store only)
  • 30% off full-price fabric rolls
  • 25% off all sewing patterns & notions
  • $5.99 – $29.99 per yard worsted and woolen fabrics
  • Please browse our fabrics on the fabrics tab.
  • Call with any questions: we are here to help!

1949 Jacket is included in the pattern sale

1949 illustration of Plus-size pattern; two women wearing jackets.
  • Available in both regular and Plus sizing
  • Call 1-866-865-9285 to get more information and to order
  • See the back of the pattern here:
This is the back of the pattern for the 1949 jacket.

We Are Open!

We are open following all state mandates, including monitoring social distancing, limiting capacity, and wearing face masks. Curbside pickup is available!

Pendleton Woolen Mill Store

8500 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Portland, OR 97222

(503) 535-5786 • •

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Pendleton Womenswear – 70 years of style and inspiration at the Woolen Mill Store!

Party with Pendleton

We recently had a wonderful party at our downtown Portland Pendleton store, that included archival garments. See the fun in the movie below.

Our guests loved seeing the garments of the past, and took the time to examine the care and craftsmanship.

Bringing the display to the WMS

Well, guess what? In a Sisterhood of the Traveling Pendleton move, we’ve brought some of our favorite archival garments to the Woolen Mill Store.


Each garment’s history is there for you, along with vintage advertising. While you’re looking over these sweet pieces of Pendleton history, pick up a copy of our WOVEN #5, which tells the story of Pendleton’s line for women alongside a historical timeline for the last 70 years. You can pick up a copy at the store or read it online here:

Click to read WOVEN magazine issue 5 (new tab)

Do come pay us a visit! You can check out the original 49’er that started it all–and that inspired our 1949 Jacket pattern!

See you soon!