Weavings from the Two Grey Hills region in New Mexico are
traditionally done in natural, undyed, handspun wool in white,
black, and various shades of natural brown. Textiles from this
region are characteristically of a tight weave and can be considered
almost tapestry in appearance which is a result of the fine wool
employed by the weavers.
The pattern is shown enlarged to make it easier to read. Because
of the size of this pattern I divided it into 2 sections. You
will see a colored star to indicate the bottom of each section.
There is no color key ncluded. This is a "Just Patterns"
item for beaders who want beautiful patterns at a reasonable
Approx Size: 6" X 9"
Pages to Print: 3