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      Bezhig Linen Tea Towel △ Grey/Copper

      Not your everyday tea towels. Place under your favourite dish or cheese board when friends come over! The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler scraper tool used...

      Bezhig Linen Tea Towel △ Black/Copper

      Not your everyday type of tea towel. Place under your favourite dish or cheese board when friends come over! The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler...

      Bezhig Linen Tea Towel △ Natural/Copper

      Not your everyday type of tea towel. Place under your favourite dish or cheese board when friends come over! The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler...

      Niswi Linen Tea Towel

      The Niswi pattern is reflects an Anishinaabe pottery style that was uncovered in Southern Manitoba (3000+ years old). Our linen tea towel measure 16" x 28", made of 100% linen.+ + +...

      Ishkoday Pillow △ Grey/Grey

      The first in our collection of elemental patterns, Ishkoday, which means flint rock in Anishinaabemowin, brings the warmth of the family fire to your home. This pillow is 20" x 20",...

      Niswi 20x20 Pillow △ Red Earth/Rust

      The Niswi pattern is reflects an Anishinaabe pottery style that was uncovered in Southern Manitoba (3000+ years old). This pillow measures 20" x 20", made of 100% pre-washed linen.+ + +...

      Niswi Napkins △ White

      The Niswi pattern is reflects an Anishinaabe pottery style that was uncovered in Southern Manitoba (3000+ years old). Our linen napkins measure 16" x 16", made of 100% printed linen. Set of...

      Bezhig Napkins △ White

      The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler scraper tool used by Indigenous families and uncovered in Birtle, Manitoba. Our linen napkins measure 16" x 16", made of 100% linen....

      Bezhig Lumbar Pillow △ Natural/Black

      The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler scraper tool used by Indigenous families and uncovered in Birtle, Manitoba. This lumbar pillow is 12" x 24", made of...

      Ishkoday Pillow △ Natural/Black

      The first in our collection of elemental patterns, Ishkoday, which means flint rock in Anishinaabemowin, brings the warmth of the family fire to your home. This pillow is 20" x 20",...

      Bezhig 20x20 Pillow △ White/Natural

      The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler scraper tool used by Indigenous families and uncovered in Birtle, Manitoba. This pillow measures 20" x 20", made of...

      Bezhig Linen Tea Towel △ White/Black

      The Bezhig pattern is inspired by a 400 year old elk antler scraper tool used by Indigenous families and uncovered in Birtle, Manitoba. Our linen tea towel measure 16" x 28", made of 100%...