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Good-bye to Herman Brown, a Master Weaver and a Good Friend

By Mary Walker | September 9, 2015

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.

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Gerard Begay’s Poncho: Returning to the Roots of Navajo Weaving

By Mary Walker | August 25, 2015

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…

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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!

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