Two Grey Hills

The birth of Two Grey Hills weaving, as we know it today, occurred around 1911.

As demand for Navajo weaving was increasing, prices were soaring. Traders were working diligently with the weavers throughout the Navajo Nation to develop marketable designs, which ultimately characterized the different regions of the reservation.

Thirteen regional designs within seven weaving districts eventually emerged, each named for its local trading post: Teec Nos Pos, Pictorial, Two Grey Hills, Crystal, Wide Ruins, Ganado-Klagetoh and Storm Pattern.

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