Serape Poncho/Vest Navajo Weaving : Kathy Marianito : Churro 001-LA
COMING SOON: Poncho, Serape, or JACKET!? They're not the same, but can one piece be all 3!? Kathy had decided to make history with her next creation. A poncho is a rectangular woven piece with a slit in the middle for your head to poke through. On the other hand, a serape is a rectangular weaving meant to be worn as a shawl, over the shoulders. Kathy's imagination has used these as a jump off point to add some more creativity and master weaving skill to resemble at jacket. She is planning to put arms holes or hand holes in it.
It will be a one of a kind, never before attempted wearable from the Navajo loom. Made with the absolute softest and finest yarns. Kathy is very excited to see her vision of this weaving unfold with each passing day.
For a great article about Kathy from the Western Art Collector Magazine, click here: http://bit.ly/nrg-WACmarianito
|Style||Wearables: Manta, Serape, Jacket|
|Weaver||Kathy Marianito - Learn More|
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