Vegetal Dyed Navajo Weaving : Gloria Bia : Churro 1597
Just arrived in the Gallery! This one's a keeper!
Helen Bia dyed the wool (see photos and link to the blog below) and Gloria Bia her daughter used this wool to weave a rug. We are calling it a Three Turkey Ruin/Chinle. The special dyes are a family secret.
Helen Bia busy dying Churro wool for this project. See this link for the process she used.
|Style||Three Turkey Ruin|
|Size||29" x 35.5"|
|Item #||Churro 1597|
|Three Turkey Ruins area of the Navajo reservation|
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