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Sourced direct from Mini Tipi, an Indigenous and woman owned brand located in Quebec, Canada these eco-friendly everyday blankets are made from sustainable fabric. Perfect for family picnics, camping, getting cozy around the campfire these washable blankets are made large enough for a queen size bed or a throw blanket. 

Each blanket is made from 50% recycled polyester, 30% acrylic, 20% recycled wool.

Size: 60 inches x 80 inches

Cleaning instructions: Wash on cold, hang to dry.

Artist: Trisha Pitura
Vendor: Mini Tipi

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Sourced direct from Mini Tipi, an Indigenous and woman owned brand located in Quebec, Canada these eco-friendly everyday blankets are made from sustainable fabric. Perfect for family picnics, camping, getting cozy around the campfire these washable blankets are made large enough for a queen size bed or a throw blanket. 

Each blanket is made from 50% recycled polyester, 30% acrylic, 20% recycled wool.

Size: 60 inches x 80 inches

Cleaning instructions: Wash on cold, hang to dry.

Artist: Trisha Pitura
Vendor: Mini Tipi

Why Raven Reads

A Curated Collection

Every three months, we’ll send you a carefully curated box of top-quality Indigenous items designed to meet your specific needs.

Unique Gifts

We spend countless hours curating unique and hard-to-find crafts and giftware made by Indigenous artists from around the world.

New Novels

Each box contains a new book (kids's box up to 3!) released within the past 30 to 60 days, written by an Indigenous author.

Bookclub

Access to our exclusive Facebook Group Book Club that’s only open to Raven Reads subscribers.

Supporting Indigenous Creators

Raven Reads was founded as a way to inspire and educate adults and children about Indigenous cultures and reconciliation. It has been designed for you to learn while supporting Indigenous entrepreneurs like Mya from Kokom Scrunchies.