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Germantown Sunday Saddle Throw, made with Germantown yarns. This beautifully designed Sunday or "fancy" single saddle blanket throw utilizes salt and pepper yarn with pompoms.
The fringe which accessorizes the back edge of the blanket indicates that this was a Sunday blanket, or one used on special occasions as the fringe could be easily worn a...
Take a look at this bright and beautiful Germantown style weaving! The bold red, indigo, green, and white, with black detailing is just stunning.
If displayed horizontally, serape style, the piece would magically fold so that the top and side shapes would match and it would give a dramatically different presentation.
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Contemporary weavers of today still embrace this style. Weaver Vina Nakai brought this brilliant piece to life. The judges at the 2015 Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial felt it's energy and awarded it second place as a Germantown Reproduction weaving.
The 1880s brought the Navajo an influx of Germantown 3 and 4 ply, aniline dyed yarn supplied by...
James Joe creates highly desired and magnificent Germantown style weavings. This one-of-a-kind piece took 2nd place in the 2015 Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial.
It measures 34" x 48" - a great size for almost any space! Notice how he placed a red, white, and blue ric-rac border around the central belted diamonds to showcase the luscious turquoise...
This colorful and fancy piece was woven using Germantown dyed wool. However, the white/ cream colored wool, is hand-spun native wool.
The fringe which accessorizes the back edge of the blanket indicates that this was a Sunday blanket, or one used on special occasions as the fringe could be easily worn away from the saddle rubbing on it.