Archive for April 2011

Rug of the Day: Two-Sided Burntwater by Lola Cody

Tempe, AZ Lola Cody is noted for her weaving in general, but is particularly famous for her work with weft-faced double weave, which when combined with other Navajo techniques produces a weaving with two sides.   In a conventional Navajo weaving, there are two paths or “sheds” for the weft threads to follow.  A two-sided piece …

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