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This small American Indian Blanket was hand woven by Navajo Master Weaver Kathy Marianito.
The soft ultra thin Churro wool was dyed with aniline and vegetal dyes. It would look great at the end of a bed or over the back of a couch for a touch of vibrant color.
29" x 58"
This weaving is part of an Exhibition showing at the Tucson Desert Art Museum January 4 2017 to April 30 2017 – If purchased prior to /or during the Exhibition, the weaving will be available for delivery, as soon as possible after April 30, 2017
Wow! Would you look at the color explosion in this amazing weaving?! The size tells us that this ...
This small Navajo weaving is very special. It is a classic blanket from the nineteenth century and was woven for a baby. It is finely woven and has very little wear.
Woven with white and indigo dyed homespun, 2 shades of red from natural dyed bayetta and a light peach colored bayetta.
When folded the center meets to match the design. Th...
This weaving is featured in our "Master Weavings of the Navajo Churro Collection" Exhibit at Nizhoni Ranch Gallery, March 2019 and the "Master Weavings of the Navajo Churro Collection" catalog.
This weaving is part of an Exhibition showing at the Tucson Desert Art Museum January 4, 2017 to April 30, 2017.
In this beautiful Child's Blanket, Kat...
Master Weaver Lucie Marianito chose to incorporate the Spiderwoman hole in this beautiful child's blanket / serape. All Natural Dyes!
The Spiderwoman hole is quite rare in a Navajo blanket. They were typically only woven at Bosque Redondo (1863-1868). The Navajo would weave the blankets with the Spider woman hole, so they could hang the blanket...