Klagetoh rugs resemble Ganados, but a typical Klagetoh is dominated by its grey background.
The weaver uses black, white, and red in a design which is usually centered on an
Except for the red, the different wools used are natural colors, although black wool may be
enhanced with commercial dye. Sometimes, the grey will be brownish or even distinctly tan,
depending on the fleece.
Although the distinctions between Ganado, Klagetoh, Two Grey Hills, and Burntwater are made
strictly on the basis of color, the first two styles tend to have simpler designs than the
The name comes from a small settlement south of Ganado, and means "Hidden Springs."