Featuring John Isaiah Pepion's (Blackfeet) signature ledger art, this vibrant cotton throw is a tribute to the Native slang, "snag" or “snaggin'.” This tongue-in-cheek term can be used as a verb to describe the act of getting a date or a partner, or as a noun to describe your partner - if you're lucky enough to have snagged one already!
Use it as a gift to impress your snag this Valentine's Day, or curl up in bed with a pint of ice cream to ease a recent heartbreak - the "Snaggin' Blanket" is here for you through it all.
- Made in USA
- Fabric Content: 100% Cotton.
- Blanket size: 60" X 50"
John Isaiah Pepion is a Plains Indian Graphic artist from the Piikani Band of the Blackfoot Confederacy. He is based out of the Blackfeet reservation in north-central Montana, where the Rocky Mountains meet the plains. John is best known for his ledger art, an art tradition that developed in Plains tribes as the buffalo hide they traditionally used for painting became scarce, and they were forced to adapt to making artwork on the ledger paper from accounting books. He comes from a family of artists, and ledger art has been in his family for hundreds of years.
- Machine wash in cold water on gentle cycle, mild detergent.
- Non-chlorine bleach when needed.
- Tumble dry.