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Hand-Crafted Navajo Wool Yarn Skeins

Wool skeins made from hand by Navajo Indigenous People who shear sheep and then brush, spin and dye the wool with plant dye. (Photo by Victoria Linssen © 2018)

On the Hardrock Reservation in Arizona, indigenous grandmothers still hand craft wool yarn skeins by living a pastoral way of life. They hand shear sheep, clean the wool, brush it, spin it and dye it before using it to make traditional Navajo Rugs (Photo by Victoria Linssen © 2018)

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