Navajo Rugs

Navajo weaving today has become a fine art. Quality continues to improve as weavers work to perfect their skills and experiment with new ideas and designs. Many younger women are learning to weave, taught by their mothers and grandmothers. Many weavers still use homespun wool and vegetal dyes, while others are turning to colorful "Germantown" wools or other commercially processed wool and aniline dyes. Whether the rug or tapestry is woven from commercial or homespun wool, the result is still a masterpiece of fine artistic talent. Proud owners of these textiles frequently display these pieces on a wall or over a piece of furniture. We maintain a broad selection of sizes and styles in our store. We can also arrange for a custom tapestry to be woven by one of the many fine weavers on the Navajo reservation.

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Wide Ruins by Eleanor Roanhorse

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Ganado by Frieda Fulton

Storm Pattern by Charlene Begay

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Blue Canyon Raised Outline by Lena Curtis

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Germantown Revival by Priscilla Warren

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Wide Ruins/Raised Outline by Claire Yazzie

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 Two Grey Hills by Albert Jim

 

 

 

Tree of Life Pictorial

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Chief Revival by Anita Yazzie 

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 Teec Nos Pos by Jesse George

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 Ganado by Frieda Fulton

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