Indiana Watson's Indian Weaving

Please email us for pricing of our Navajo Angora blankets and Churro rugs. We're happy to provide more photos and a detailed description if requested. We may also have more rugs and blankets for sale that are not shown on the Sales page.


CHURRO NAVAJO RUGS

Our Navajo rugs are woven with 100% Churro Navajo sheep, single ply wool yarn. These pieces are chronologically numbered in sequence with a “Cortez Collection” designation, such as “CC-250” (meaning the 250th rug we’ve had woven). The single ply mill spun weft yarn used to weave our rugs is Navajo Churro sheep wool. Inquire for pricing and detailed information for each rug.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE TEXTILES AND OTHERS NOT SHOWN, PLEASE CONTACT US BY TELEPHONE AT 970-564-1544 OR BY EMAIL AT: indy@indianweaving.com

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Angora/Wool 2nd Phase
Chief's Blanket with Cochineal
and Indigo Natural Dyes
66" x 54"

 

Angora/Wool 2nd Phase
Chief's Blanket with Cochineal
and Indigo Natural Dyes
66" x 54"


Old Style Parade Saddle
Blanket with Flower Border
36" x 53"

 

First Phase Chief's Rug
with Cochineal and Indigo
60"x54"

Classic Indigo Serape Rug
58" x 84"

First Phase Chief's Single
Saddle Blanket
with Cochineal and Indigo
woven by 11-year old
31"x31"



"Ute Style" 1st Phase
Chief's Rug with Indigo
48" x 43"

Second Phase Chief's Rug with Indigo
47"x49"

Hubbell Trading Post Style Rug
with Colorful Feathers
36" x 60"

Second Phase Chief's Rug
with Cochineal Red and Indigo
66" wide x 57" high



Indigo Hubbell Trading Post
Style Rug / Serape
36" x 60"

Second Phase Chief's Saddle Blanket
with Indigo woven by LeDainian Atencio
31"x30"

JB Moore Crystal Rug
47"x68"

Second Phase Chief's Rug
with Indigo
woven by 15-year old
49"x43"



2nd Phase Chief's Saddle
Blanket with Cochineal Red
and Indigo woven
by 9 years old weaver
31"x34"

Gallery-size First Phase Chief's Rug with
Cochineal and Indigo woven by Nellie Dean
83"x65"

SOLD CHURRO RUGS FOR DISPLAY ONLY

These are some of the best sold pieces to show what we do.


Man's Wearing Blanket /
Serape with Indigo
woven by Nellie Dean
54" x 71"

 

Man's Wearing Blanket /
Serape with Indigo
woven by Nellie Dean
54" x 71"

Man's Wearing Blanket /
Serape with Indigo
woven by Nellie Dean
54" x 71"

 

Man's Wearing Blanket /
Serape with Indigo
woven by Nellie Dean
54" x 71"

Late Classic Design Man's
Wearing Blanket / Serape
with Cochineal and Indigo
36" x 60"

Late Classic Design Man's
Wearing Blanket / Serape
with Cochineal and Indigo
36" x 60"



Cochineal Red and Indigo
Child's Blanket
30" x 51"

 Fred Harvey Style Child's
Blanket with Lavender Cochineal
Crosses and Indigo Field
32" x 50"
 

ANGORA BLANKET ON LOAN TO THE AMERICAN TEXTILE HISTORY MUSEUM

We have loaned one of our Angora First Phase chief’s blanket to the American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA. The museum requested the loan to exhibit this Navajo blanket at their Grand Opening Exhibition, June 2009 through June, 2010. The museum displayed it as a replica faithful to the earliest Navajo chief’s blankets. It remains on continuing loan and display. Our loan of it was extended following the close of the Grand Opening Exhibition. It is displayed in a showcase.

 

 
Entrance: National Textile History Museum's Grand Opening Exhibition
 
Exhibition Showcase with our Navajo First Phase Chief's Blanket
   
 
Navajo weaver Lily Lee's Angora First Phase Chief's Blanket
 
Navajo weaver Lily Lee holding her First Phase Chief's Blanket
 
The Museum display label for our First Phase Chief's Blanket

CUSTOM WEAVING: NAVAJO CHURRO RUGS AND ANGORA BLANKETS WOVEN TO CLIENT SPECIFICATIONS


We have received requests from clients over the years for a rug or Angora blanket woven to their specifications, including size, fiber, design, dyes and colors. Some of those custom woven pieces are displayed here. Please inquire about our weaving your custom Navajo rugs and blankets. We have woven many replicas of the light blue indigo Angora blanket shown, designed by the Japanese textile designer Hiroki, for example. These blankets replicate the ancient ethnographic blankets woven by the Japanese Native Peoples – the Ainu, the same concept for weaving our replica Navajo blankets.

 


The 6’ x 8’ Navajo rug on the floor was woven to replicate the Pendleton Co. “Navajo Water blanket” wool trade blanket being held by a Navajo weaver.

 

Second Phase Chief's Blanket with Indigo
61" x 49"
This pictorial rug was woven for “BUFFALO BARRY”

This pictorial rug was woven for “ABKA”, the American Bowie Knife Association. Colors were specified by the client. “ABKA” is not easy to read.

This Ute Style First Phase chief’s rug was woven to a specific size and design, in a shape wider than typical for its height, to fit a wall space in a client’s yacht.

This Ute Style First Phase chief’s rug was woven to a client’s specified size and design with a specified thread weight yarn, a yarn which is finer than our routine rug wt. yarn.


This Second Phase chief’s rug was woven to a size and design specified by a client.

This Angora 5’ x 4’ blanket was woven to the specifications of a Japanese textile designer named Hiroki. The colors and dyes of light blue indigo and cochineal red, as well as size, fiber and design, were all specified. We have woven many of these same blankets for Hiroki.

Third Phase Chief's Rug
with Indigo
71x60

Second Phase Chief's Blanket
with Cochineal and Indigo
72x60

Second Phase Chief's Blanket
with Cochineal and Indigo
72x61

Second Phase Chief's Blanket
with Cochineal and Indigo
72x61

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