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    Mini Tipi

    Harvesters - Reversible Eco-Friendly Blanket / Throw

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    • With an exclusive pattern drawn by artist Tsista Kennedy, an eighteen year old Anishnaabe Onyota’aka woodland style artist from Beausoleil First Nation and Oneida Nation of the Thames, this reversible blanket is an essential for your daily adventures. It's perfect for family picnics, camping and warming up around the campfire.

      Designer :Tsista Kennedy is an eighteen-year-old Onyota'aka Anishinabe artist from Beausoleil First Nation and Oneida Nation of the Thames. He uses the Woodland style and his experiences as a young native to create.

      "I hope that my design will serve as an inspiration to other young people who will begin to take an interest in the art of their nation."

      Design: "When I created this blanket for MINI TIPI, I didn't want to include the geometric patterns you see everywhere. I used the theme of wild rice harvesting which is practiced in my Anishinaabe culture. I also used Anishinaabe patterns to create my design.

      In September, on the harvest moon, the Ojibwa begin harvesting wild rice. Harvesting is done in pairs using a long stick to hit the rice inside the canoe. For the Ojibway, wild rice was historically a staple food that was used to feed their families during the winter.

      Perfect soft and warm blend that will last a long time.

      Model Photography : © Mini Tipi

      Quebec Region: Designed, cut and sewn in Quebec, Canada.

      Material & Colour: 50% recycled polyester, 30% acrylic, 20% recycled wool. Perfect blend that will last a long time while being machine washable.

      Dimensions : 60 " x 80 ". 152 cm x 203 cm.

    • Mini Tipi
      Mini Tipi is a Canadian women-owned company that creates small batch quality goods for your home and family. 

      Trisha Pitura is originally from Sudbury, Ontario and is a member of Nipissing First Nation. She spent all her summers in Dokis First Nation and currently resides in Gatineau, Québec with her three children and husband. Mélanie Bernard was born and raised in Québec City now residing in Gatineau with her family. She is a teacher by profession, and stayed home to raise her two girls.
      Collaborating with Indigenous artists has allowed MINI TIPI to set themselves apart supporting artists and celebrating culture. It is extremely important to MINI TIPI to give back to the community through donations to local food banks and Indigenous women crisis centers, and sharing products to those in need.

    • Wash on cold, hang to dry.

    • Shipping:We ship to Quebec, Canada, the United States, Europe and in most countries around the world.

      Return Policy :We can refund or exchange your purchase within 30 days from the date of purchase. See our FAQs for more details.