Loretta Myron-Sikyavolmana "Yellow Butterfly Girl"
P.O. Box 666, Kykotsmovi, AZ 86039
Seamstress-Contemporary and Hopi Native Fashions
I consider myself as a self-taught artist. In December of 1995 I began working with cloth and other types of fabric, experimenting with drawing, cloth paint, designing, which led me to become a full time seamstress. My design of clothing includes contemporary and traditional Hopi Native American clothing and accessories. I create my own styles of clothing for children, men, and women of all ages and sizes. My designs are unique and custom made for each individual order. In 2002-2004 my application to the Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market was approved. I also participated in the Hopi Tuhisma Show as an artist and member since 2001. In my line of clothing I include dresses, shirts, skirts, blouses, pants, and accessories. I also make baby blankets, cornmeal bags, computer and Kleenex covers.