STOCKING STUFFERS
Small Gifts at Great Prices
CHRISTMAS IDEAS
Santa's Favorite Gifts
MADE IN SEATTLE
Wool Blankets and Scarves
GET COZY
Wool and Cotton Blankets
STOCKING STUFFERS
Small Gifts at Great Prices
CHRISTMAS IDEAS
Santa's Favorite Gifts
MADE IN SEATTLE
Wool Blankets and Scarves
GET COZY
Wool and Cotton Blankets

NATIVE DESIGNED FOR GLOBAL CITIZENS

Inspired Natives™, not "Native-inspired."

Eighth Generation is a Seattle based art and lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. We partner with community-based Native artists around the country to design, manufacture and market beautiful wool blankets and gifts intended for everyone around the globe. In doing so, we are boldly reclaiming control over the market for products featuring Native art and the stories that go with them – all while building the business capacity of our artist partners through the Inspired Natives™ Project.

INSPIRED NATIVES™ PROJECT COLLABORATORS

Louie Gong

Nooksack

Sarah Agaton Howes

Anishinaabe

John Isaiah Pepion

Blackfeet

Michelle Lowden

Acoma Pueblo

Jared Yazzie

Navajo (Diné)

SHOP BY ARTIST

Bethany Yellowtail

Crow/Northern Cheyenne

Jamie Okuma

Luiseño/Shoshone-Bannock

Jared Yazzie

Diné

David Robert Boxley

Tsimshian

Shirod Younker

Coquille/Miluk Coos/Umpqua

Geo Neptune

Passamaquoddy at Indian Township

Michelle Lowden

Acoma Pueblo

Sarah Agaton Howes

Anishinaabe

John Isaiah Pepion

Blackfeet

Louie Gong

Nooksack

EIGHTH GENERATION BLOG

Walk In Beauty: A Celebration of Self with Diné/Navajo and African American Artist Ahsaki LaFrance-Chachere

Just like the sun in her Southwest Navajo Nation home in Arizona, Ahsaki LaFrance-Chachere is as warm as she is fierce. “I faced social and economi...

When a Collab is More Than a Collab: Our “Decolonizing Partnership” with Starbucks

We’re excited to announce our newest collaboration with a global brand—Starbucks! In a capsule collection for the Seattle Starbucks Reserve Roaster...

Announcing the Winner of our 2021 Wool Blanket Contest "Warrior" Category

In 2021, we added two new categories to our Wool Blanket Design Contest. Joining our People’s Choice category this year was our Elder category, hon...

Eighth Generation Artists Featured in Book, "Notable Native People"

Eighth Generation is delighted to share that two of our incredible artists—Geo Neptune (Passamaquoddy) and Jamie Okuma (Luiseño and Shoshone-Bannoc...

What's the Buzz? Celebrating Bees, Honey, and Milestones with the Salish Lodge & Spa

What’s the buzz with bees? September is National Honey Month, which is sweet news indeed. Here at Eighth Generation, we have a hive of Bee Supporti...

Back To School with Eighth Generation

It’s back to school season! Whether you’re headed off to the first grade, kicking it as a high school sophomore, or taking on your college campus, ...

Happy 114th Birthday, Pike Place Market

Happy Birthday, Pike Place Market!  August 17 is Pike Place Market’s 114th birthday, and Eighth Generation is happy to celebrate this wonderful com...

Jim Thorpe, the “Greatest American Athlete”

What do the highest paid athlete of their time, the first president of the NFL, and the first Native American to win a gold medal at the Olympics h...

Women Dominated Wins at RES 2021

We had a great time at this year’s National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s RES Conference in Las Vegas, where three of our tea...

Inspired Natives™ Artist John Pepion Needs Our Help

On June 4, Blackfoot artist and Inspired Natives™ contributor John Pepion was airlifted over 100 miles from the Blackfeet Indian Community to Kalis...

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PIKE PLACE MAKET

Our flagship store is temporarily operating on reduced business hours. 

New store hours starting October 21st:
Thursday through Sunday,

10am–5:30pm

Find us in the Atrium, which is across the street from The Showbox and just steps from 1st and Pike. Look for the neon hummingbird!

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