Loretta Succo – Navajo

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Loretta Succo
Loretta Succo

Loretta Succo

Loretta has been a weaver since she was 9 years old. She was taught by her mother.

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She makes all kinds of blankets and uses natural and handspun wool as well as some commercial wool. Chief Blankets, Eye-Dazzler, Yei-be-chei, Pictorial, Sand Painting, Flags, and Wide Ruins styles are just some of the things she does.

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