Sioux Mustard

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The Sioux blanket is inspired by the cross as a symbol of indigenous cultures. Each indigenous group gave meaning to their own cross from their ideologies and cultures. The cross is the basic principle of all symbols of orientation and represents time and space, considering the rising and setting of the Sun God. Some indigenous cultures recognise seven cosmic directions: north, south, east, west, plus the vertical space upwards, an inner dimension and centre. All the indigenous cosmovision originates from them, such as the myths about the origin of life, the laws of the universe or the agricultural and festive cycles. 

Woven in black and mustard and finished with black fringes, this blanket is a perfect complement for a bohemian style bedroom or living room. The mustard colour brings warmth to the blanket and thanks to its softness and comfort this blanket will be your best ally for the coldest winter evenings and nights.

The Sioux blanket is available in four colour ranges to suit your home decor. 

Combine the Sioux Mustard  Blanket with the Mustard Himba or Tuareg blankets to combine prints but keep the same tones and match it with the Mustard Sioux Cushion for a more boho decor.

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