TOUCH A NAVAJO RUG AND LISTEN...
Listen to the sound of the sheep as they roam the sandy hills under a brilliant sky.
Listen to the quiet voice of the weaver as she murmurs a song taught by her mother's mother.
Listen to the wind rustle the leaves of the mesquite and sigh over the loom where the weaver sits.
Listen to the soft laughter of grandchildren playing nearby.
TOUCH A NAVAJO RUG AND SEE...
See bundles of plants waiting to be transformed into a variety of soft dye shades.
See the vertical loom in the shade beside the hogan.
See how patiently the weaver works, the pattern of the rug full-formed in her head.
TOUCH A NAVAJO RUG AND FEEL...
Feel the softness of the lanolin-rich handspun wool.
Feel the tightness of the weave and the supple drape of the rug.
Feel the luxurious weight of the rug.
TOUCH A NAVAJO RUG AND BE REWARDED...
Rewarded by recognition of superb craftsmanship. Rewarded by an awareness of tradition and skill passed down from generation to generation.
Rewarded by an awareness of an art form virtually unchanged from its beginnings.
We are proud to present our collection of beautiful hand woven Navajo rugs. Be sure to visit our page on How To Buy a Navajo Rug where we answer our customers' most commonly asked questions about these beautiful works of art. Please note: the rugs shown on this page are not to scale.
Two Grey Hills by Lucy Begay (Navajo)
Lucy's weaving is straight and tight, and the wool has a wonderful luster and softness
39" wide x 53" long
Sampler Rug by Suzie Mike (Navajo)
This beautifully woven rug showcases the weaver's talent with 4 different patterns
26" wide x 29" long