Burntwater Chief Chinle
Crystal Eyedazzler Ganado
Klagetoh New Lands Pictorial
Sandpainting Storm Teec Nos Pos
Tree of Life Two Grey Hills Wide Ruins
Yei Yaibichai


  Navajo Rugs

from A Guide To Navajo Rugs
A rich combination of earth tones and pastels distinguishes Burntwater rugs. Warm colors such as brown, sienna, mustard, and rust are accednted with a sparing use of pale, milky colors including rose, green, blue, white, and lilac.

This newer style, an elaboration of traditional Two Grey Hills designs, is usually woven in the vegetal colors favored byu weavers of the Wide Ruins/Burntwater area south of Ganado. With these additional design elements—geometric spirals, head-to-head triangles, stepped diagonals, multiple borders— some weavers may use twenty or more colors in large Burntwaters.