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Jalucie Marianito's 2nd Phase Chief blanket variant, using Churro wool dyed with natural Indigo and cochineal. The zig zag elements are very creative and give this fine blanket movement.
52" x 66" (4'4" x 5'6")
1st Place and a Special Award: ...
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 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 ...
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. ...
Jalucie Marianito is one of those special weavers who put such care and love into their work that she can't help but to create award winning works of art!This gorgeous serape would look lovely worn, as well as displayed on the wall or over furniture! Jalucie wove this piece into life with native Churro wool to become part of our exclusive Churro...
This gorgeous Woman's Manta would be lovely on a bed, back of a couch, as a lap blanket, over the shoulders or even a baby blanket. This blanket was woven with Bombyx silk that was hand dyed with beautiful indigo blues and greens, logwood grey and cochineal red vegetal dyes. Bombyx also has a beautiful sheen to it. It is a heavy weave that ma...