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Freshly Sheared Sheep Wool

Wool freshly sheared by the Navajo people is prepared to be made into wool yarn and rugs. (Photo by Victoria Linssen © 2018)

The sheep on the Hardrock Reservation in Northern Arizona are sheared to make wool yarn, Navajo yarn skeins, traditional Navajo rugs and more. (Photo by Victoria Linssen © 2018)

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