A view of one of the bedrooms in the Hubbell home at Hubbell Trading Post National Site shows how extensively the family used Navajo textiles in their daily lives.
Jennie Slick helps Mindy Slay with her first weaving.
Mindy's sister Mary Ann works on a Chief Blanket inspired piece.
Colleen Konetzni, an accomplished quilter, tries her hand at Navajo weaving.
Cheryl Holbert tried out wedge weave!
Shirley Brown shows her Two Grey Hills in Color weaving at the Two Grey Hills Trading Post
Shirley Brown with her Two Grey Hills in Color and her Willard Leighton Two Grey Hlls weaving at the Two Grey Hills Trading Post.
Our class got to visit with famed weaver Evelyn George at Toadlena Trading Post.
We saw this Pictorial by Cheryl Yazzie at Richardson's Trading in Gallup. Cheryl is noted for her detailed depictions of ceremonial events.
Our class with friends! From left, trader Bill Malone, Jan Cohen, Kevin Konetzni, Colleen Konetzni, Mary Ann Connor, Alison Hynd, Dominique Lapin, trader Bruce Burnham, Jennie Slick. In front from left, Cheryl Holbert, Michelle Grant, Madeleine Jones, Melinda Slay
Bruce Burnham shares some stories with us at Bill Malone Trading.
A large weaving by Ella Mae Nez is based on the Oriental rug designs that she saw during her military service in Iraq.
At Perry Null's we were allowed to make selections from the back room!
The Kokopelli cave in Canyon de Chelly.
Our guide Colleen talks about life in the Canyon during Anasazi times
The canyon walls and ceiling near the First Ruins kiva are covered with rock art.
Shopping at the White House ruin. Colleen checks out Azalia Begay's latest designs.
Silversmith Lucinda Thompson talks with a customer at the White House Ruin
Guide Bobby Van Winkle points out something that we all find fascinating.
This large opening in the De Chelly Sandstone is called the Window Rock, but is not the Window Rock near the Navajo capital.
Our group at Spider Rock.
Bobby Van Winkle's family hogan near Spider Rock. That's Boot Rock in the background.
The very pleasant sheep of Arriola smile for the camera at the Sheep is Life Celebration
Gilbert Begay re-spins wool for a sash belt. Gilbert was teaching at the Sheep is Life Celebration
Gilbert shows one of his grandmother's weavings.
Gilbert shows us a handbag that he's weaving.
Ready to go home. Michelle shows off the Lillie Mann apron that she bought.
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