August 20, 2013 1 min read 4 Comments

The Navajo culture credits their deity, Spider-Woman, for teaching them how to weave beautiful blankets and Double D Ranch’s ‘Spider-Woman Collection’ acknowledges her talented gift of spinning and weaving as well. 

Our dusky color palette draws from the Dinè women’s velvet blouses and traditional broomskirts with purple hues such as “Indian Iris”, “Purple Sage”, and “Thistlebrush”.  Earthy, “Blue Corn” and “Raindance” add a tranquil feel to the palette that gets punched up with simple greens and dirt-like brown hues. 

Traditional weavings, old pawn jewelry, and classic Navajo dress influence Double D Ranch’s textiles and graphics for this season with an emphasis on prized artisanal handicrafts. Velvet stages a comeback as a key fabrication.


4 Responses

robert pittenger
robert pittenger

December 23, 2018

cheryl, are you the Navajo blanket collector?

I have a question about your faded third phase women’s blanket from Heritage

Nancy Walker
Nancy Walker

May 16, 2016

Happy to see the Indian classics return. So vivid and beautiful!

Cheryl
Cheryl

May 16, 2016

Thank you, Nancy.

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