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Janice Vanwinkle Chief Blanket

Janice Vanwinkle Interprets the Chief Blanket

By Mary Walker | March 18, 2020

Janice’s beautiful Chief Blanket shows the design skills and technical excellence that hallmark the work of every single weaver in this family.

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Albert Chase with Rug

Albert Chase’s Pictorial Masterpiece for Little Singer School

By Mary Walker | March 16, 2020

Albert Chase’s Pictorial Masterpiece for Little Singer School Albert Chase stopped by the store recently to pick up some yarns and weaving equipment.  He had shown pictures of his magnificent Diné Bikeyah (Navajo homeland) pictorial on Facebook, but you really have to see this piece in person to fully appreciate what Albert has done.

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Weaving in Beauty

In the dye kitchen today, we're cooking up some Purple Haze, Peaches n' Cream, Globe Mallow, Burnham's Orange, Tahoe Green, Frog Legs, and Tree Moss. Mmmmm, good! ... See MoreSee Less

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Color names, I take it? Can't imagine Frog Legs as a dye source! 🤣 But I would like to know if any of these colors do come from natural sources.

I see some I want to order!😊🐑🧶

pictures from your dye days always make me drool

Loved our dye day in your September class!!! Especially the cochineal, having never seen that process before.

Beautiful work, it might be good that I live far enough away that I can't drop in. Just beautiful.

Very clever names and beautiful colors!

Love that Purple Haze!

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Here is our schedule as of right now!  We will not be accepting registrations for 2021 or adding any in-person classes until late this year.  Stay well, and join us for one of our online events.  Make every day as good as it can be.  



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