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A New Kind of Cover Feature for Eighth Generation

Since Louie Gong (Nooksack) started Eighth Generation in 2008 as a way to sell the custom shoes he was decorating with cultural art, Eighth Generat...

The 2017 Blanket Design Contest Ends with a Surprise Twist!

After rigorous review of 60 strong submissions, the Eighth Generation team has made its final selection for the 2017 Blanket Design contest!

Our Flagship Store at Pike Place Market is Hiring!

Eighth Generation, the first Native-owned company to offer wool blankets, is searching for a self-starter with a strong general awareness of the Na...

2017 Blanket Design Contest Finalists

We were honored to receive nearly 60 submissions from artists all across Indian Country, and after careful deliberation, the Eighth Generation team...

Best of 2016: The Year in Pictures

What a huge year for Eighth Generation! With the support of our friends, family, and community across the continent, we’ve grown - and given back -...

2017 BLANKET DESIGN CONTEST!

Check out our contest video featuring former Studio Assistant Sequoia (Navajo) and share with the artists in your life. If you know an indigenous ...

Groundbreakers: Eighth Generation x B.Yellowtail

Eighth Generation, a Seattle-based small business that has become the first Native –owned company to offer wool blankets, and which recently opened...

VIDEOS: We opened our flagship store at Pike Place Market!

We finally launched the Eighth Generation flagship store in Seattle's Pike Place Market!  Located in the Atrium - just above the famous Gum Wall - ...

10 Ways Eighth Generation Kicked Ass in 2015 - In pictures!

Louie Gong (Nooksack) chose the business name "Eighth Generation" to acknowledge that opportunity is a result of the collective effort of the previ...

Three Questions to Help End Cultural Appropriation

When you visit the stores this holiday season, you'll run across countless products - from shoes to blankets to shirts - featuring designs inspired...