Marilou Schultz, is a renowned Navajo weaver from the Navajo Nation, specialized in both traditional and contemporary weavings using handspun Navajo Churro. She likes to experiments with her designs as well as in the dyeing of the yarns.
Marilou participates in the annual SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe, NM as well as the Heard Indian Fair, Phx, AZ; Maryland Sheep & Wool, New York Sheep & Wool, and the Wisconsin Sheep & Wool.
She is employed by Mesa Pubic Schools as a junior high school teacher and teaches weaving on the side.
Questions for Marilou can be sent to her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org