BLACK MESA WEAVERS FOR LIFE AND LAND:
Helen Bedonie picking up hay for her daughter at the September 14, 2000, hay run at the Hardrock Chapter.
MBM-125. Helen Bedonie at Leta O'Daniel's hogan on Big Mountain, and her entirely handspun natural wool weaving from her own sheep, 44 in. x 28 in., stacked "hourglass" design, black, natural, dark brown, medium brown, tan. This weaving is not available, but a similar one can be commissioned.
MBM-92. Second of two fine weavings recently received from this elder weaver in her eighties, this is a soft double extended diamond blanket of commercial wool, in black, natural white, salmon, and a carded brown-grey field, 28 in. x 22.5 in. SOLD.
MBM-91. Mazzie Begay is an elder in her eighties. This beautifully woven new Two Grey Hills design is of all handspun wool, with a weaver's pathway, 26.5 in. x 19.5 in., in black, natural, deep natural brown, and a wonderful carded tan/grey/brown field. SOLD.
Mazzie Begay is an elder, in her eighties. This is a a soft and medium weave, 34 in. x 25.5 in., in warm shades of carded grey-brown (the background color, not greenish, as in the photo), sienna brown, black and natural white. SOLD.
"Big Mountain Boulevard" and roadside trees...
Tight and smooth, 20 wefts per inch, 25.5 in. x 19.5 in., light grey, dark grey, black, and white. SOLD, but you can commission another one like it.
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