We’re back in Seattle
This is not a fabric/crafting store, it’s a Pendleton store very near the historic Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington. We hope you’ll put it on your list of places to see when you’re up visiting the Puget Sound area. If you live there, please stop in and say hello. We are just two minutes from the Market, up one of Seattle’s famous hills.
This space is larger than our previous Seattle location, and our Pendleton plaids and patterns look beautiful with all the brick, wood, and vintage charm.
The photo above shows a company history timeline. We’re always excited to share the Pendleton story, and here’s a little clip of us installing displays about our history and community connections.
We carry it all!
The store offers a full selection of Pendleton’s home goods, apparel, and accessories. It’s a wonderful place for inspiration.
And you won’t want to miss our Pendleton shirt wall, right behind the cash wrap.
We originally created a similar wall for a trade show, and attendees loved it. We’ve been excited to adapt the idea for a retail store. Here’s a video of the construction.
Where to find us
We are located on the first floor of Seattle’s A.E. Doyle Building. According to the Viaduct History website, “The A. E. Doyle Building is one of the most elegant reminders of Seattle’s early retail corridor along 2nd Avenue. It opened in 1920 as the J. S. Graham Store not long after Frederick and Nelson moved north to Pine Street. This is the only Seattle example of the work of one of Portland’s most prominent architect, A. E Doyle. The large windows set in tall arched bays clad with terra cotta reflect the Italian Renaissance style.”
Remember, we are just a two minute walk from Pike Place Market at 117 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
We look forward to seeing you soon.