Morning Singer Sew-On Kachina Patch
Hopi Morning Singers, (Talavai) used to appear in pairs on the rooftops and sing songs, waking the Hopi people in the village. They still appear in the Bean Planting Festival and are most often standing in a set to one side of the main movement of the procession. Occasionally, they sing as they stand holding their spruce trees and ringing their copper bells.
This patch is washable, colorfast and does not shrink. A brief story of the Kachina is also included with each patch. Available in small (1.5" x 3") or large (3" x 5") size. Sold individually.