Whetung Ojibwa Centre
Pendleton Birch Path Blanket
The Odawa people of the Great Lakes region depended on birchbark to create wigwams and canoes. This made-in-America wool blanket was inspired by their legend of the birch tree's origin and celebrates nature's bounty, with gently curved motifs echoing the birch branches. Woven in our Northwest mills, the intricate yet harmonious reversible design is elegantly understated on one side, boldly colorful on the other. Matching shams available.
82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
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