Toss pillow features elements from our Parfleche Saddle Blanket that honors the Plains Indian art form of decorative paintings on rawhide. These painted hides were folded and tied to form a container, typically used for holding dried meats and pemmican. The designs included stylized maps and geometric motifs. The name is derived from two French words parer, meaning "defend" and fleche, meaning "arrow," so named because the hides were thick enough to defend against arrows. Feather fill. Woven in our American mills. 16" x 16"
Unnapped, felt binding
82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton
Made in the USA of American-made fabric and imported fill