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Subsequent to the developments at Wide Ruins, weavers in the nearby areas of Three Turkey Ruins and Pine Springs created subtle variations on the design, typically using more greens in the former, and a wider variety of pastels in the latter. Burntwater, another center of vegetal dye weaving in the Wide Ruins area, has given its name to a distinctive rug type which combines the bordered, central geometric designs of modern Ganado and Two Grey Hills rugs with bright pastel, vegetal colors.
 
 
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