Typical Canadian Pattern Wool blanket made by a talented weaver in the 1970s or 1980 when there was such a strong revival of traditional techniques for the weaving of textiles. Unique design with traditional Canadian animal symbols such as deer or caribous and hares with foliage and festooned bands on the four sides. Fringe on top and bottom. Technique used typical of Quebec weavers. Colors are black and a vibrant yellow-orange typical of a mid-century period.
A collector’s piece that you might also like to use as a sofa or daybed throw.
55 inches X 82 inches
Good vintage condition. Small repair as shown on a photo and some wear to fringed borders. Overall a blanket that has been well taken care of.