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(Photo: modern, shorter wool "churro") Upheaval of the Pueblos Harsh persecution of pueblo peoples and the destruction of traditional pueblo culture by the Spanish led to the Pueblo Rebellion of 1680.It was during this turbulent period and Diego de Vargas 1692 Re-Conquest that Pueblo Indians escaping retaliation for the rebellion lived among the Navajos and introduced both sheep and weaving technology to the Navajo to a degree such that written records among certain Spanish documentation , covering a period from 1706-1743, records the Navajo keeping sheep and weaving wool blankets during that period.During the Colonial period, it was taken to northern New Spain where it was adapted to the climate and the motifs changed.
The term sarape is for the rectangular woven blanket (no openings), though in more recent years it can also be used to refer to a very soft rectangular blanket with an opening in the middle for one's head, similar to a poncho called gabán, or jorongo in Mexico.
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The wool from the churro sheep grabbed the strong dyes, and rich tapestries of colorful stripes were created.
Because the width of the looms was only 30 inches, the rugs would be joined in the center with a seam, thus producing the symmetrical designs of larger pieces.The serape is not a typical garment for the Maya highland people, who wear different clothing in cold regions.