A Burnham style Navajo weaving by Sandy Begay. In this pictorial Sandy has some Yei figures with Kokopelli the flute player coming out of baskets. There are landscape patterns and Two Grey Hills rug designs, eagle feathers, pottery and so much more. The wool is natural and aniline dyed with a mixture of hand spun and mill spun yarns. It has nine warps and forty-eight wefts (doubled) per inch. It was purchased from Toh-Atin Gallery, Durango, Co. This weaving has intricate detail.