Arrow shapes in this pattern symbolize finding a good path in life, acknowledging that every path holds pitfalls and dangers, as well as opportunity. To honor the loss of missing and murdered indigenous Native people, an hourglass shape at the base of the largest blossom symbolizes life's spiritual journey through the most difficult circumstances. Sales of these blankets benefit the American Indian College Fund. Designer Deshawna Anderson is a College Fund scholar and the inaugural winner of the student competition for the American Indian College Fund blanket design. Crafted by renowned Pendelton® of wool/cotton with a whipstitched hem. Made in USA. 64" x 80".