Yá’át’ééh, Shí éi Eugenia M Stanley Yinishyé. I am Tábąąhá (Waters Edge Clan) born for Tódich'ii'nii (Bitter Water Clan). I have 4 beautiful children with my loving husband, Derwin Stanley and we reside on the Navajo Nation in Northern, New Mexico.
I have been weaving now for going on 15 years. My mother was my instructor who introduced warping and basic block textile weaving to me. From there I decided I wanted to show my creative side to weaving.
I dreamt of many designs and patterns that I turned into masterpieces. Teaching myself many new designs, while also being self taught at weaving rug dresses, keychain rugs, rug purses, pillows and now round rugs. I am also a self taught carder and spinner from sheep wool into yarn. Which I use in many of my weavings.
I have many creations from my weavings and sewing, to collaborations with others that shows you how much love and passion I have for what I do. Every one of them, from the intricacy of my designs, tells you a little story about me.
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Waterflow, NM, 87421