A tribute to master Navajo weaver Herman Brown, who died on September 07, 2015. Herman was renowned for his American flag miniature Navajo rugs. Read about Herman.
Things look a little different! The site has a new design that should be readable on any screen (fingers crossed). If you're looking for something that you don't find, please let me know. Believe me, all 5GB's of it are still here. There are also some new tools that will help share the weaving story.
Most of us think of the rug as the quintessential product of Navajo weaving but pieces like Gerard Begay’s poncho, woven for the just concluded Santa Fe Indian Market, go back to the times when Navajo weaving was woven mainly for use by Navajo people. The rug as a floor-covering is a collaboration between traders Read More
Weaving in Beauty Class and Tour
Our Navajo Rug Clinic at Weaving in Beauty provides informal appraisals based on your digital photo starting at $10.00 per item.
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Weaving in Beauty is dedicated to expanding the appreciation and knowledge of the textiles of the Navajo people of what is now the southwestern United States. We offer cleaning, repair and appraisal of Navajo textiles and we coordinate classes in Navajo techniques to help others learn to weave.
As part of the community of Navajo weaving, we provide a forum for discussion of the people, techniques and events encompassing this evolving art form.