Spotted Corn Kachina


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Independent Designer
Sharon and Kimberly
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Spotted Corn Kachina

17” x 33”

Size H, 5.0 mm hook

8 oz. Gray
4 oz. Red
4 oz. Black
4 oz. White

Total Yardage: 220-230

Hopi Spotted Corn Kachina is the younger brother of the Hemis Kachina. Four feathers form a horizontal cross on top of head with breech clout, and sash.  Kachina wears red moccasins.  Red body contains white circles symbolizing kernels of corn which was a main staple of the Pueblo Indian diet and very important.  Appears in regular Kachina dances.

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