"Small blanket in white, black and red. This is probably a modern Chimayo blanket that had been acquired by the Navajo, where Hawley evidently collected it." Information from "Textile of the American Southwest" webpage entry on this artifact: Blanket, Hispanic, early 20th century, New Mexico. Donated by Alfred C. Hawley in 1938. Dimensions: 30.5 in. (warp) (32.5 with fringe) x 25.5 in. (weft). Technique: Plain weave with short fringe. Thread count: Warp = 10/in. Weft = 20/in. Fibers: Warp = cotton twine. Weft = 3-ply wool yarn in natural white and dyed black and red, S-twist, Z-spin. Design: Primarily a red background with a white serrated diamond for a central motif. On either side of the central motif are white bands with black auxiliary motifs. The end panels are white with 3 black stripes.