|[Tapestry- and diagonal twill-weave single saddle blanket, Spider Woman Cross style, 1880–90 Handspun wool and three-ply Germantown wool H. C. Yountz Collection. Image via MIAC.]|
More than a year ago, I posted to Tumblr an incredibly graphic, boldly colored geometric cover from the exhibition They Wove for Horses: Diné Saddle Blankets at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC).
|[Tapestry-weave single saddle blanket, 1930–40. Handspun wool warp and weft, and aniline dyes. MIAC.]|
|[MIAC Santa Fe Rain Wool Rug at West Elm]|
|[MIAC Dragonfly Wool Dhurrie at West Elm]|