Pendleton Thomas Kay
Iconic American woolen mill Pendleton was founded by English weaver Thomas Kay in Salem, Oregon in 1889. After producing the first bolt of worsted wool in the region, The Kay Woolen Mill quickly became known for its technological innovation and fine textiles. Today, the Thomas Kay collection embodies the label’s history of artistry and authenticity and includes an assembly of richly woven tweeds, plaids, and patterned jacquard. Woven in American mills, Pendleton woolens continue to reflect the company’s pioneering spirit and tradition of excellence.