Navajo Rugs and Navajo Textiles

To the Dine’ or “The People,” weaving is a sacred art, embodying prayers, ceremonial practices, and ancient beliefs. Beginning in the late seventeenth century, sheep were introduced to the Southwest region by the Spanish, and since that time Navajo weavers have been weaving wool into beautiful textiles. The Museum Shop has an exquisite selection of authentic Navajo rugs in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Read more about Navajo weaving.

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