- This warm and luxurious blanket is made from a mix of acrylic and wool and backed with lush sherpa for extra warmth and thickness. Super soft wool/ acrylic blend reverses to cozy 100 % poly sherpa
- Pattern layout subject to change according to cut.
- Wash in cold water. Hang to dry.
About the Storm Pattern Design
The First Nations people are guided by the sacred circle "medicine wheel". The circular direction shows how all things are connected. The 4 directions, East, South, West, and North which guide ceremony. The 4 seasons, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter, and the 4 beings of life, Spiritual, Emotional, Physical and Mental wellbeing, all are used for health and healing.
We are all in charge of our own destiny. Stay connected to your true self and all things surrounding you. - Follow your direction.
About the Indigenous Artist Trisha Pitura
Trisha Pitura is a creative force, mother, entrepreneur and co-owner of MINI TIPI. She is originally from Sudbury, Ontario and she is a member of Nipissing First Nation. Couple of years ago, she started reconnecting with her culture. Now she is able to explore her identity as an Ojibwe woman through fabrics, creativity, and our business, MINI TIPI.