Pueblo tribes honor the water serpents that protect water
holes and bring rain. The water serpent, a revered animal, travels
along the riverbanks and is thought by the Puebloan peoples to
be just the animal to coax the rain back onto their dry fields.
It is a popular design often seen in the art of the Southwest,
particularly pottery signifying the prayer for and representation
of water, critical for life in the desert.
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: 4.75 X 6.25"
Pages to Print: 4
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