This weaving is in very good condition. There are a few very faint spots near the edges. There are no holes or signs of moth grazing. The selvage is good and the corners are intact. There is slight wear to the tassels. The warp count is 10, and the weft count was 56, per inch. The red is aniline-dyed handspun wool. The white is natural handspun wool. The blue is indigo-dyed handspun wool. Pictured in Weavings for the Children by Mark Sublette, Figure 20. Published in Native American Arts magazine, April-May 2017 issue. Published in Native American Arts magazine, August / September 2018 issue page 256.