Intentional Flaws

Feature

Saturday, July 13, 2002

There’s a common notion that Navajo weavers have a tradition of deliberately including a small error in each rug or blanket they make. But is it true? Three weavers in Arizona talk about the concept of the purposeful artistic flaw. 

Contributors:

Deborah Begel

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