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Thanks everyone for your support of our custom knits.  2023 has some exciting news for The Knit Tree.  As Sharon Nani, owner, prepares for retirement, she is training her son, Ken to knit the items in the online store, plus the ones that were removed.  Ken is going to take over The Knit Tree and its equipment so we can continue to offer these unique custom knits to our customers. Ken is not new to machine knitting - he earned his high school and college spending money by filling orders back in the 1990's, and has continued to help in maintaining the equipment.  Ken is creative in his own rights with his "Custom Wood and Land Works" business where he falls the timber, prepares the lumber and creates unique wood items and projects: custom storage sheds, fences, decks ect.  So we may add new catagories to this web site when the time arrives.  SO LOOK FORWARD TO ADDING THE CAMO KNITS BACK INTO THE ONLINE STORE THIS YEAR.

Basketry Designs Are Preserved In These Keep Sake Blankets. Adding A Blanket To Your Home Decor Is Adding A Piece Of Native American History. It Is An Honor To Receive A Blanket As A Gift In The Native American Culture.

The book "Language of the Robe" by Robert W. Kapoun with Charles J. Lohrmann shows in many ways the importance of the Native American Blanket and the honour in receiving such a gift.

Native American Blankets are all Custom Knit so you can select your own colors and each design is offered in acrylic or merino wool yarn. .

***Blankets are separated into the different Cultural Indian Regions***

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