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Navajo fabric pattern in woven wool rugs that typifies Southwest style. Muted colors from naturally dyed wool fiber colors in earth tones. The Navajo stained their yarns for fabrics using natural items from the surroundings - beige from corn silk, tan from brown onion skin, maroon from Juniper bark, amber from Juniper Mistletoe, olive-yellow from sagebrush, gray from Indian Paintbrush, brown from the Gambel Oak, dark green from red onion skin, lavender from Holly berries, dusty orange from canaigre root - just a few of the earthtone colors produced for coloring yarns and other items. Sedona, Arizona, 2013.
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