Learn the art of Navajo Weaving from Master Navajo Weaver Sarah H. Natani, of Table Mesa, New Mexico. Weave in Beauty while Celebrating the Traditions and Stories of Navajo Culture.
Sarah Natani is an internationally recognized traditional Navajo weaver, who has taught her weaving traditions world wide.
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Weavers who participate in this unique workshop will hear traditional Navajo Weaving Stories told by Sarah Natani, experience Sarah’s account of the intertwined history of sheep and weaving in the Navajo culture, learn about native plant dyes, card and spin wool, and learn to warp and weave in the Navajo Way. Weavers will (weather permitting) take a local field trip with Sarah to collect plants for dyeing, and dye wool in the studio.
No refunds past September 31. The remainder of the workshop fee ($150), lab fee and loom rental (if needed) is payable to Sarah Natani on the first day of the workshop.
Space is limited. Make your workshop reservations as soon as possible. For registration and further information,please contact volunteer cordinator: Debra Greer, (719) 499-3874 or firstname.lastname@example.org for late reservations. Please see the Registration Form before calling Deb.
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