Harvesters Eco-Friendly Everyday Shawl
Harvesters Eco-Friendly Everyday Shawl
Harvesters Eco-Friendly Everyday Shawl

Harvesters Eco-Friendly Everyday Shawl

Regular price $134.00

This stylish medium weight shawl will be your go to accessory to keep you warm while looking good! The eco-friendly material woven in Italy is soft and luxurious and will keep you cozy all season long. The new pattern cut is the perfect fit on any body type, and can also be a great addition to your pregnancy wardrobe keeping you and your belly warm in those last months.

This shawl is your forever piece.

 

Shawl fabric

50% recycled polyester, 30% acrylic, 20% recycled wool

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

 


How to clean your eco-friendly poncho


Wash on cold, hang to dry .

Our eco-friendly everyday blankets are made from sustainable fabric woven in Italy. It’s perfect for family picnics, camping, getting cozy around the campfire and is made large enough for a queen size bed or a throw blanket. The warm and luxurious wool/acrylic/polyester blend makes them soft, yet washable. The trim adds a beautiful finish.

ABOUT THE HARVESTERS DESIGN

'' When creating a blanket design for MINI TIPI, 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 quiltwork was also a source of inspiration for the geometric patterns featured in my design.''

In September, during the harvest moon, the Ojibwe peoples begin the rice harvest. The harvest is done in pairs using poles to hit the rice stocks knocking the grains into the canoe. The rice is an important historic food source for the Ojibwe people that feed their families over the winter months.

 

ABOUT THE DESIGNER TSISTA KENNEDY

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 is passion for creating art that speaks strongly to others.

I hope that my blanket design serves to be an inspiration for others to begin looking towards the rich and meaningful artwork within their own nations.