Stitch and Snow

In conjunction with Native American month, Sky Ute Casino held the “Stitch and Snow”
Native American Arts and Crafts Fair last Saturday. More than 75 vendors from throughout
the Four Corners showed up to show off their wares to holiday shoppers during the all-day event.

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 Harold NezBegay, of Aztec, sits behind four of his mixed-media paintings.

Pearl Valdo, left, and her sister Daisy Aragon, both of the Acoma Pueble, New Mexico, display traditional made-from-scratch pottery at the crafts sale.

Anna Kinney, the owner of Mule Shoe Products, of Farmington, spins yarn to be used in the creation of hand-woven shawls, pictured at right.

Desert Creek, Utah, residents Randall Jones and Cynthia Bitsuie, of Blue Hogan jewelry, display their collection of handmade jewelry.

A shopper peruses the bead and inlay work of Lucinda Wilson, of Window Rock, Ariz.

A shopper, and a security guard stand near the silver jewelry display of Robert Flores, of Bayfield.

Carly Clayton, 7, finds a nice place to relax while browsing the Stitch and Snow Native American Arts and Crafts show held Saturday at Sky Ute Pavilion.  She is leaning up against a display of "no-sew" fleece blankets made by Karen Gomez and Roberta Atencio, both of Durango.







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