One of the best known of Navajo rugs, the Ganado red style was originally created by Lorenzo Hubbell, perhaps the most well known of the Indian traders. The modern Ganado is still much like the original, consisting of centralized crosses or diamonds, often on a brilliant red background, although red on a gray background is often seen.
The Klagetoh style is quite similar to the Ganado, but on a lighter background.
Ganado style Navajo weaving measures 61 by 97 inches. This weaving would make a great rug or wall hanging. Large rugs are difficult to photograph and they often appear uneven, but this weaving is beautifully symmetrical.