Ojo's de Dios

"Ojo de Dios is a Spanish phrase that literally means "eye of God," though some also refer to it as "God's eye." Spaniards originally discovered these mandala-like items when they arrived in the New World. The original versions contained only two sticks, with yarn woven around them in a circular pattern from the middle, but modern day versions are more elaborate and brightly colored."

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Learn to make one using Jay Mohler's tutorial www.ojos-de-dios.com/jaysojodirections.html

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