Unique and beautiful.
I enjoyed reading about how she became a weaver. It is neat how she left to join the navy and returned to weaving when she came home.
Looks like she got a "First Place". . .and well-deserved!
Wow Ms. Naat'aani is very talented indeed. What a beautiful shawl.
wow. true art.
Wow, beautiful work. I can see why it won a blue ribbon.
Too pretty to wear! :)
I thought it was a large piece until I noticed the ribbon alongside of it.
Now that is a piece of work! Nice. Have a great weekend Randy. : )
Some colleagues of mine would kill for a shawl like this... Brava TahNibaa!
That is so beautiful. The patterns are wonderful!
I just checked out the website, everything is magnificent. The shawl obviously got a prize!
Very nice! =)
This is gorgeous!!
That's really beautiful.
Great colors and great weaving.
Beautiful workmanship, or perhaps I should say beautiful workpersonship!
I'm very thankful to have the opportunity to click on your photos and enlarge them, Randy, all of them, but especially when they feature objects of great creativity. Thanks!
Definitely prize worthy Randy!
I love that "ethnic art" hha
A lot of beautiful things.
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