Hospoa Roadrunner Sew-On Kachina Patch
Appearing at night in the Kiva dances, the Hospoa Roadrunner comes in late spring with a moisture tablet on his back in order to solicit rain for the tribe, and also protects homes by warding off witchcraft.
This patch is washable, colorfast and does not shrink. A brief story of the Kachina is also included with each patch. Approximate size is 2" x 5". Sold individually.