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Eagle Blanket

Mahota Textiles is the first textile company envisioned and owned by a North American tribe. They create meaningful textiles that elevate the beauty and treasured culture, inspired by their Southeast heritage. Mahota’s textiles tell their stories in expressive imagery and soft, warm woven materials.


The eagle is held in high esteem among southeast tribes as a symbol of strength, power, wisdom, and honor. It is considered the strongest and bravest of all birds and is revered as one that flies closest to the Creator. Eagles are sacred to tribal people, and their feathers are bestowed upon a warrior for acts of bravery, for a naming ceremony, or for religious and ceremonial purposes. White-tipped feathers from the bald eagle symbolize peace or can be dyed red during times of war.” – Mahota


64 x 51 Inches

100% Chemical-free cotton

Made sustainably in the USA


Fabric Care

Gentle wash cold. Air dry or dry clean

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