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Navajo Master Weaver Kathy Marianito has changed her design from a 4 in 1 to a 2 in 1. This weaving is sure to impress. She used soft ultra thin Churro wool which was dyed with aniline and vegetal dyes, so fine she use a needle to weave. Go Kathy!
2 in 1 Optical
29" x 58"
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"
Master weaver Kathy Marianito wove this Crystal Storm back in 1999. Beautiful central design along with traditional Spider Woman cross. This one would drape beautifully over a bed or sofa but It is also thick enough for a floor rug.
Kathy has picked up countless awards at the Gallup Inter-Tribal All Indian Ceremonial, including a First Place a...
Kathy Marianito is not slowing down! This runner can also be worn as a woman's shawl. Made of 100% Churro wool. Another beautiful example of wearable art!
Navajo Woman's Shawl / Runner
66" x 21"
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Navajo womans shawl woven with Alpaca and Churro wool blend by Master Weaver Kathy Marianito. All natural dyes!
So soft, this will fit nicely over your shoulders or displayed in your home. Ideal shawl proportions, this can easily be draped as a display when not being worn. It would look wonderful draped over the end of your bed or over the s...
Here is a treasure from our exclusive Churro Collection. Master weaver Kathy Marianito wove this serape based on a design that came to her in a dream based on what her mother and grandmother have woven. Originally we thought this was going to be a 3 x 5 weaving, but Kathy surprised us and its 5.75 x 5.5.
She wove this using Churo wool which ...
This is a special treat to share with you. We have a woman's manta made of Pure Silk! Woven by Master Weaver Kathy Marianito, this beauty measures 60" x 50". It was made using all natural dyes - indigo, rabbit brush, walnut, and rose madder.
This particular piece was featured in the 2006 exhibit at the Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg, "TH...