This casual reversible blanket is woven from eco-responsible fabrics. Perfect for family picnics, camping and warming up around the campfire, it also makes a great throw in the living room and is big enough to put on your queen bed.
Machine wash cold, hang dry. It measures 60 in X 80 in and is made of 50% recycled polyester, 30% acrylic, 20% recycled wool.
Made in Quebec, Canada.
Tsista Kennedy is an Anishnaabe Onyota’aka woodland style artist from Beausoleil First Nation and Oneida Nation of the Thames. Tsista has been creating woodland style art for 5 years, using his experiences as a young indigenous man to fuel his passion for creating art that speaks strongly to others. I hope that my blanket design serves as an inspiration for others to begin looking towards the rich and meaningful artwork within their own nations.
''When creating this blanket design, I felt it would not be genuine to simply adhere to frequently used styles of geometric designs. This is why I chose to include the subject of wild rice harvesting from my own culture as an Anishnaabe. Anishnaabe quilt work was also a source of inspiration for the geometric patterns featured in my design.''