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Navajo Patterns, Designs and Symbols

Navajo Symbols
What do Native American symbols mean? Clouds, stars, arrows, bears, eagles, snakes.

Navajo Rug Weaving Styles
A guide to traditional, regional and non-regional Navajo Rug Styles.

Navajo Weaving
The Museum of Natural History in Boulder Colorado features an exhibit of Navajo textiles.

 Navajo design

The Horse Song
The Horse Song tapestry by Roy Kady. 

Navajo Beading Pattern
A free beadwork pattern for making a beaded medicine bag.

Crochet Navajo Patterns
Navajo afghan patterns to crochet.

Navajo Sunrise
A free quilting pattern for a bargello style quilt.

Handwoven Navajo Rugs

Navajo and Hopi Clip Art Images

Navajo Weaving Patterns

Weaving a Navajo Blanket

Navajo Weaving Way
Navajo Weaving Way, the path from fleece to rug.

Weaving The Navajo Way, How To Create Rugs, Miniatures and More!
This book provides step-by-step instructions to weave full-size and miniature Navajo style rugs as well as detailed instructions for using the C. Cactus Flower Miniature Loom.

 

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