Our Gold Label Blanket is created to honor our Sovereignty, Treaty Rights, and the Good Life we retain and strive towards. Woven IN HOUSE at the Eighth Generation studio in Seattle, we are so proud to carry this story through our blankets.
About this design:
Our wool blanket is designed by Heart Berry and celebrates harvesting Wild Rice, Netting and Spearing of Walleye, as well as honoring the Sovereignty and relationships that protect a Good Life for everyone.
About this blanket:
Made in the Eighth Generation studio in Seattle, Washington
Fabric Content: 100% Merino wool
Blanket Size:64 in x 62 in/ 162.5 cm x 157.5 cm (size is approximate and may vary by a few inches in either direction due to the nature of the knit)
Many tribal Nations retained their rights through agreements ceding land in exchange for retaining rights to their good life (hunt, fish, gather). Heart Berry artist and CEO Howes shares "For Anishinaabe, when we signed our treaty in 1854, the language specifically says that we reserve our right to our good life,” says Sarah. “That means we kept our right to food sovereignty. We kept our water rights. We kept the fundamental right to go out on the land, to feed our families with the bounty of the world around us."