Curator notes on the original weaving:
This early weaving is contemporary with the Utestyle
First Phase Chief blanket. This unusual early
sarape combined the simple striped and terraced
stepped design elements in use at the time without
incorporating red bayeta yarns. The color scheme
suggests a Rio Grande Valley influence. Based on
an original weaving in The Durango Collection®
(DCNC-43), Center of Southwest Studies Collection
#2000:03007 Unnapped, whipstitch binding

82% wool  18% cotton

Sham is 20x26 and fits a standard pillow

Dry Clean

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