This pattern is actually an oneida Indian good-luck pattern that comes from the traditional celebration of a healthy crop. During the Red Corn Ceremony, fires were rekindled, huts repaired and grudges were forgiven and life was renewed with kindred spirit. Oneida tribes sold these blankets and saddle rolls to British soldiers in the pre-revolution era. Our printed pillow collection is reminiscent of the traditional tribal patterns made by these Adirondack Traders, who brought goods to Fort Ticonderoga and Fort Stanwix by canoe. Instantly gives any room an Adirondack lodge feel. Easy wipe clean, will not trap odors.
10 to 20-Day Delivery: Please note that this product is custom printed on demand specifically for your order, so please allow 10 to 20 days for print and delivery time. It takes a bit longer to craft this by hand but we believe it’s worth it. We think you will too.