Marilou Schultz of Mesa, Ariz., carries on a Navajo tradition of rug weaving.
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Since the age of 7, Marilou Schultz has been weaving. Weaving is an old Navajo tradition that has been in her family for over five generations. It's a craft she is now passing down to her own children. Marilou gets the wool from sheep her mom raises, and she spins and dyes it herself before weaving ... all in an effort to create an authentic piece of work.
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