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1st Phase Chief Blanket on the loom. Master weaver Jalucie Marianito is hard at work.
It has been far too long since having a classic first phase available. We have also been told a few of the other Marianito sisters have chief blankets on their looms.
1st Phase Chief Blankets are characterized by simple horizontal stripes. Indigo blue, brow...
Childs Blanket Navajo weaving.
Master weaver Jalucie Marianito has created a beautiful Childs blanket with Chinle design elements. 100% custom spun hand dyed Churro Wool. Natural wool colors along with Indigo and Cochineal. Lovely blanket weave. Award Winner!!
36" x 51...
Classic 1st Phase Navajo Chief blanket by Master Weaver Jalucie Marianito. Woven with custom spun hand dyed Churro wool. Natural wool colors, natural dyes, indigo blue.
At the 2021 Gallup Indian Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Jalucie won 3 awards! Surely this Chief blanket will be a winner if it is still available for sale next August.
This is one of her masterpieces. This woman's manta was featured in the 2006 "The Next Phase : Navajo Weaving in the 21st Century from the Getzwiller Collection Exhibit at the Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg.
Woven with native Churro wool, Jalucie used all natural dyes to achieve the coloring in this piece. Indigo blue, cochineal red, an...
Navajo shawl woven by Master Julia Upshaw. This shawl was woven from finely spun hand dyed Churro wool and woven like a blanket.
Ideal shawl proportions, this will fit nicely over your shoulders or can easily be draped as a display when not being worn. It would look wonderful as a table runner, draped over the end of your bed, or over a sofa. ...
Navajo shawl woven by Master Jalucie Marianito Navajo Weaver.
This shawl was woven from finely spun Churro wool, woven like a blanket. Aniline and natural vegetal dyes.
This will fit nicely over your shoulders or displayed in your home. We have shown it as a table runner....
Ideal shawl proportions, this can easily be draped as a display when ...