Harvesters eco-responsible reversible shawl
The perfect accessory for our corner of the country:
This poncho made from recycled fabric is perfect for spring, fall and cool evenings. It will quickly become your favorite accessory to keep you warm in style. This women's poncho also makes a perfect accessory in a pregnant mom's fall/winter wardrobe, keeping mom and her belly warm.
This poncho is definitely an essential that you will keep forever.
About the pattern
“When I created this blanket for MINI TIPI, I didn't want to include the geometric patterns that we see everywhere. I used the theme of harvesting wild rice which is practiced in my Anishinaabe culture. I also used Anishinaabe patterns to create my design. In September, at the harvest moon, the Ojibwe begin harvesting wild rice. Harvesting is done in pairs using a long stick to hit the rice inside the canoe. For the Ojibwe, wild rice was historically a staple food that fed their families during the winter.”
About the designer
Tsista Kennedy is an eighteen-year-old Anishinabe Onyota'aka artist from Beausoleil First Nation and Oneida Nation of the Thames. He uses the Woodland style and his experiences as a young Aboriginal person to create.
“I hope my design will serve as an inspiration to other young people who begin to take an interest in the art of their nation.”
50% recycled acrylic, 30% polyester, 20% recycled wool. Perfect blend that will last a long time while being machine washable.
Wash in cold water and hang to dry.
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