Navajo Weaving

by Wally Brown


November 19, 2019

Navajo Historian, Wally Brown, teaches a little bit about weaving. Weaving is traditionally done by the women. In this video Wally talks about his mother and how she learned to weave. Wally also addresses how very different the weaving styles are between the Dinè and the Pueblos. Anthropologists say Navajos learned to weave from the pueblos but Wally says methods are too different for that to be true.

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