True Two Grey Hills rugs are woven of natural, undyed, handspun wool in designs of white, black, and brown. Weavers produce subtle shades of these
basic hues by carding together wool from different sheep. The wool is often quite fine, requiring more weaving time but resulting in an
Because of the considerable time and effort required to prepare handspun wool, rugs made from it may cost twice as much as rugs of comparable size made
from commercial yarns.
The design does not represent hills. Two Grey Hills rugs are named for a village in New Mexico. They tend to have plain, dark border, but the
patterns are often more complicated than those of a Ganado or a Klagetoh. Like other styles with borders, many Two Grey Hills rugs have a spirit line.