This collection has four patterns featuring various styles
of Yei. The Yei is a slender, front-facing figure that represents
a supernatural being in Navajo culture, one with the power to
heal. Male Yeis have round heads, while the more common female
Yeis are shown with square or rectangular heads.
The pattern is shown enlarged to make it easier to read. Because
of the size of this pattern I divided it into 2 sections. You
will see a colored star to indicate the bottom of each section.
There is no color key ncluded. This is a "Just Patterns"
item for beaders who want beautiful patterns at a reasonable
Technique: Odd Count Peyote
Pages to print: 11