The floral design of this fabric was inspired by traditional floral beadwork, a style that was developed by bead workers of the Woodlands nations after the introduction of glass beads during the fur trade. Floral beadwork and appliqué designs continue to be a fundamental part of regalia for Anishinaabeg and other Woodlands nations.
Mini Tipi's eco-friendly wool everyday blankets are made from sustainable fabric woven in Italy. They are made from a recycled, dye-free, chemical-free blend, that is certifiably eco-friendly, cruelty-free, and good for the planet. This warm and luxurious recycled wool blend makes them soft and the trim adds a finishing touch. Use them as a beautiful panel piece for your home or as a throw.
About The Designer: Anna Heffernan is a multidisciplinary artist of Michi Saagiig Nishnaabe, Irish, and French Canadian ancestry. She is a member of Curve Lake First Nation, and now lives in Ottawa, Ontario. Her art blends traditional and contemporary media, styles, and themes.
MATERIALS: 70% recycled wool, 25% recycled polyester, 5% acrylic
SIZE: 60 inches x 80 inches
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Dry clean only.