Geometric in design but not necessarily following exact patterns each Navajo artist reflects their own spiritual journey into their creations.
Colors tend to be earth-toned (red, brown, grey and black) using triangles and diamonds.
The diamond shape is a symbol for homeland according to the Dinétah (Navajo women) with the four points symbolizing the homeland that's marked by four sacred mountains.
The crosses represent Spider Woman (Na'ashjéii Asdzáá) who taught them secrets on how to find their way in the world. She was known as their helper.
The tote is soft and flexible yet durable due to its polymer construction.
The custom art is dyed into the fibers so it will never fade.
Cotton Web Shoulder Strap Handles.
Machine Washable cold water gentle cycle recommended.
Air or Line Dry