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Navajo Rugs
About Navajo Rugs

Creating traditional homespun Navajo tapestries, rugs and blankets is very time consuming. Tapestries, rugs and blankets created in the traditional way can take hundrets of hours to make starting from Navajo Nation raised sheep, sheered wool, washed, air dried and dyed with colors from locally grown plants to weaving. While handspun wool is still used today, the trend is towards weavings using commercial wool. Navajo tapestries, rugs and blankets are known the world over for their quality and beauty and command considerable prices by well known Navajo weavers.

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Navajo Rug, Pictorial, L. BierNavajo Rug, Pictorial, L. BierNavajo Rug, Pictorial design from Lukachuka region, 100% wool with analine dye colors.
Navajo Rug, Ceremonial Pictorial, A.M. GreyNavajo Rug, Ceremonial Pictorial, A.M. GreyNavajo Rug, Ceremonial Pictorial design from Lukachuka region, 100% wool with analine dye colors.
Navajo Rug, Yei Pictorial, S. ChurchiellesNavajo Rug, Yei Pictorial, S. ChurchiellesNavajo Rug, yei Pictorial design from Lukachuka region, 100% wool with analine dye colors.
Navajo Rug, Two Grey Hills, Classic Design, Daisy ShortyNavajo Rug, Two Grey Hills, Classic Design, Daisy ShortyNavajo Rug, Two Grey Hills handspun natural wool colors
Navajo Rug, Two Grey Hills, Classic Design, L. BillieNavajo Rug, Two Grey Hills, Classic Design, L. BillieNavajo Rug, Two Grey Hills handspun natural wool colors
Navajo Rug, Wide Ruin Design, S. TsinnieNavajo Rug, Wide Ruin Design, S. TsinnieNavajo Rug, Wide Ruin design, Germantown Wilde and Wooly brand yarn, colors analine and vegetal mix.
Navajo Rug, Ganado Red, Diamond Design, B. Y. AshleyNavajo Rug, Ganado Red, Diamond Design, B. Y. AshleyNavajo Rug, Ganado red, Germantown Wilde and Wooly brand 3 ply yarn, colors analine and natural.
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