Blanket Weaving in the Southwest

Blanket Weaving in the Southwest

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A history and description of southwestern textiles along with a catalog of Pueblo, Navajo, Mexican, and Spanish American blankets, ponchos, and sarapes.On some Pueblo mantas and ceremonial fabrics, the long selvage cord ends were rolled into a small bundle of yarn and tied ... The invoice of this transaction and its associated papers (Bloom 1935:242-248) are of great importance in the history of ... Forty-six aquot;drapesaquot; and forty-nine wall hangings, normally tapestry woven with coats of arms or other designs, were also in the shipment. ... 25), that is, smaller floor looms, clearly denoting something other than the upright Pueblo loom.

Title:Blanket Weaving in the Southwest
Author: Joe Ben Wheat
Publisher:University of Arizona Press - 2003

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