Chief / Blanket / Revival Weavings

Crystal Area Weavings

Klagetoh Area Weavings

Red Mesa Weavings

Teec Nos Pos Weavings

Wide Ruins Area Weavings

Burnham Area Weavings

Diamond & Geometric Weavings

Pictorial Weavings

Runner Style Weavings

Transitional Weavings

Burntwater Area Weavings

Ganado Area Weavings

Pine Springs Weavings

Sandpainting Weavings

Yei & Yeibechai Weavings

Chinle Area Weavings

Germantown Weavings

Raised Outline Weavings

Storm Pattern Weavings

Two Grey Hills Area Weavings

Sorrel Sky Gallery is proud to have one of the finest selections of Navajo weavings in Santa Fe and online. We have a genuine appreciation for the history and art of our area. Navajo weavers of today are among the most creative artists in the world ~ both modern day and vintage. We are dedicated to honoring this art and authenticity.

The Navajo loom is upright, the wool is washed, spun and, in some cases, dyed. The weaving can take several months, and sometimes more than a year, to complete. Navajo weaving is constantly changing; in the first part of the 20th Century, white traders influenced the patterns and sizes of Navajo rugs. Patterns and styles of weavings became identified with particular Trading Posts, i.e., Ganado, Teec Nos Pos, Two Grey Hills and Crystal.

Recent trends in Navajo weaving emphasize the independence of the weaver. Prices have escalated over the years, partially due to increased demand and the fact that fewer Navajo people are taking up this fine art. A Navajo weaving should be purchased for enjoyment now, and in the future.

Mary Begay Navajo Weaver