Two Grey Hills - Toadlena Navajo Weaving : Historic : PC 132
Frances Manuelito was a master weaver taught how to weave by her famed mother, Blind Man's Wife. She used many of her mother's design ideas including the pictorial corn plant elements seen in this Two Grey Hills Navajo Rug.
This weaving was created using hand spun, hand carded Native Wool, with natural wool colors. It has a beautiful salt and pepper grey field with just a hint of tan, just a four color design.
It is currently in the Timeless Treasures of Two Grey Hills Catalog and exhibit.
|Style||Two Grey Hills|
|Weaver||Attributed to Frances Manuelito|
|Size||3'7" x 6'2"|
|Item #||PC 132|
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