Navajo rugs are divided into several classifications including Regional Rugs, Yei or Sandpainting Rugs, Pictorial Rugs, Saddle Blankets and General. The Regional Rugs are subdivided according to the region of the Navajo Reservation where the designs and colors originated, and the ”Two Gray Hills” rug is a very distinctive example of this classification. Natural blacks, whites, grays and shades of brown distinguish these rugs from those of other areas.
Each of our patterns are tested and proven. They are authentic designs that have been completed numerous times. Each comes with a color diagram and instruction sheet and includes the colors and amount of yarn required to successfully complete each pattern. All of our Patterns use 4 Ply Acrylic Yarn (wool can also be used if you prefer). You will also receive our detailed illustrated instructions showing the method used to change colors quickly and easily while at the same time, making a completely reversible piece of crochet work.