Post WWII the development of "Regional" rugs such
as the Ganado, Two Grey Hills, Teec Nos Pos etc., appeared. With
the change in American society after WWII, the market for Navajo
rugs changed as well. Dependable automobiles, Route 66 and new
homes via the GI Bill all changed the demand for the type of
Navajo handmade weavings.
Later in the post WWII period, the non-regional style rugs
appear. These are rugs that cannot be pinpointed to a particular
regional area. The economic development of the Navajo and
all American people after WWII contributed to the exchanging
and evolution of design ideas. Now there are rugs woven
in non-traditional designs for display on a wall, not for use
on the floor. One can also see traditional styles woven
in non-traditional colors.
The pattern is shown enlarged to make it easier to read. Because
of the size of this pattern I divided it into 2 sections. There
is no color key ncluded. This is a "Just Patterns"
item for beaders who want beautiful patterns at a reasonable
|Approx Size: 4.75 X 7"
Pages to Print: 3
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