The Diamond twill is another four-shed technique that is highly regarded by Navajo weavers for saddle blanket production. The diamond twill has a seemingly endless number of variations. This piece features two variations of the technique. It is rare to see twills being woven by Navajo weavers today as they represent advanced techniques and the knowledge of their execution is not generally common. The only dye used here is indigo and the other colors are natural shades of Navajo Churro and Merino wools. Most of the yarn was handspun by the artist.