Three Generations of Family Tradition and Innovation in Navajo Weaving

Yá'át'ééh dóó woshdéé! Hello and welcome to our web site! Our family has been weaving rugs for generations. Although our home on the Navajo Nation is one of the most beautiful places in the world, it isn't an easy place to live. Weaving has meant a lot to our family and has helped us pay for food, clothing and education.

Emily’s Patchwork Pattern Rug

--March 12th, 2011--
Emily with Patchwork Pattern rug

Here is Emily's intricate Patchwork Pattern rug. Click on the picture for a larger view.

We had a great trip to Prescott, AZ today to attend the Smoki Museum Navajo Rug Auction.  We sold several rugs, and we’d like to thank all of the people who bought them.  We do have one large one left for you to look at.  It’s by Emily and it’s based on a traditional patchwork quilt pattern. The pattern will look different depending on your distance from it and the angle that you view it from.   It’s about 3.5′ x5′ and Emily is asking $1100.  She will consider any reasonable offer.  Contact us if you have questions about the rug.

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