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Hopi "Sash Belt" Basket $395.00 Jessica Lomatewama

Hopi "Sash Belt" Basket $395.00 Jessica Lomatewama

Masks, Weaving, Knitting, Knitting Looms, Stitches, Loom Knitting

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Hopi and Zuni (men and women) Traditional Ceremonial Sash Belt. My own, given to me years ago by a wonderful Hopi lady.

Mega Man Pixel

Mega Man Pixel

8 Bit Mega man old school. All Stickers are vehicle grade fully laminated.

Hand Carved and Painted Sun-Face Hopi Kachina by Larry Valentine via Ruby + George on @One Kings Lane

High Quality Sun-Face Hopi Kachina by Larry Valentine via Ruby + George on Kings Lane Vintage & Market Finds

Indian Rugs, Navajo Rugs, Sash, Textile Art, Spider, Weaving, American Indians, Native Americans, Blankets

I love this photo of woven sashes woven together.  Woven Dreams has been in production for 17 years, creating vast amounts of Pueblo Tribal Textiles for collections and pueblo ceremonial usage.  Weavers within the company have mastered many different weaving styles and techniques such as; plain weave, floated-warp weave, double floated-warp, sprang, semi-brocade, and many twills – diagonal, herringbone, and diamond.

I love this photo of woven sashes woven together. Woven Dreams has been in production for 17 years, creating vast amounts of Pueblo Tribal Textiles for collections and pueblo ceremonial usage. Weavers within the company have mastered many different weaving styles and techniques such as; plain weave, floated-warp weave, double floated-warp, sprang, semi-brocade, and many twills – diagonal, herringbone, and diamond.

Africa | Blanket. Mende peoples.  Sierra Leone, Yengama | Early 20th century | Cotton, indigo dye, kola nut dye | example of West African narrow-strip weaving. Nine identically patterned strips, each about five inches wide, are joined to form bands of pattern across the width of the fabric. The textile was woven with two different techniques, a plain weave with twill patterns and a tapestry weave.

National Museum of African Art, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian

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