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Mahli (Wind) 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.

“Sweeping across the center of the blanket is Wind, Mahli, bringing both the fluid curvatures of change and the sharp edges of the unexpected, an integral revival of ancient motifs of Chickasaw mound builders. Wind represents our life’s journey; bringing the many changes we go through from the time of birth to the afterlife. It was said in the Chickasaw story of Wind, Aba’ Bínni’li’ knew that eventually, young children would grow up, and the wind would bring this change to them. Mahli blows across the blanket to remind us that change will come, and resilience will always be the way of the Chickasaw people.” – Mahota

Details

64 x 51 Inches

100% Egyptian Cotton

Made sustainably in the USA

Fabric Care

Gentle wash cold. Air dry or dry clean

 

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