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The Mohawk blanket is inspired by ‘ribbonwork’, silk ribbons decorated with Native American patterns that they sew onto clothing and blankets. The ribbonwork is typical of the American tribes that settled in the great plains and lakes of the northern United States and Canada.

These blankets not only covered basic needs such as providing warmth or shelter, but were considered decorative works of art. The American Indian print of the 'ribbonwork' was characterised by its geometric motifs and drawings of animals and plants. These prints represent the values and events of the American Indian way of life.

Mohawk blankets are boho-style blankets perfect for decorating different home corners. It is a warm throw blanket, perfect to spend cold winter days on the sofa. For sunny winter days, thanks to their size, they are great for a picnic at the beach or in the mountains. To take to yoga class is also perfect, its lightness allows it to be easily carried.

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