Navajo weavers share talent at Desert View

Bill Nez teaches a park ranger how to secure wool threads on a small loom. (Erin Ford/WGCN)

Bill Nez teaches a park ranger how to secure wool threads on a small loom. (Erin Ford/WGCN)

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Jane Hyden said her great grandmother taught her and her siblings how to weave when she was 11 years old and she was teaching her own granddaughter the art. (Erin Ford/WGCN)

Navajo siblings Bill Nez and Jane Hyden demonstrate the art of Navajo rug weaving Aug. 15. Left: Hyden said her great grandmother taught her and her siblings how to weave when she was 11 years old and she was teaching her own granddaughter the art. Right: Nez teaches a park ranger how to secure wool threads on a small loom.

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