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. I felt so fortunate that he had the rug in his car.  

Each pictorial layer shows a different aspect of the beautiful world that the Navajo Holy People have placed within the Four Sacred Mountains.  

Albert used a mix of singles and Germantown reproduction yarns to achieve the color palette.

This beauty will grace the halls of the Little Singer Community School, about 30 miles north of Winslow, AZ.  Albert's generosity to his community and the school are inspiring.   Don't you wish that you went to school there?  

Albert Chase (right) and friend show Albert's beautiful pictorial rug.
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