Weaving a Navajo Blanket
The author of this guide spent four summers during the 1930s among the Navajos, from whom she learned the principles of weaving. This book conducts readers through the process, introducing the materials and methods of the Navajo style and commenting on history, patterns, symbolism, and other related matters. 97 illustrations.
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