This first "Owl" was obtained by Dr. Haddon from the two old Navaho men who showed him "Many Stars." (See Haddon 5, p. 222, pl. xv, Fig. 4.) It is called Nas-ja = an Owl. There is an example of the finished pattern in the Culin collection in the Philadelphia Free Museum of Science and Art (22716), from St. Michae1's Mission, Arizona.
The movements of the "Owl" are all the same as those of "Many Stars" except the Second and Third. The Second movement is about the only way you can put a twist and a half in the index loop, by the index itself, and restore the index to its usual position; if you rotate the index after the usual formation of Opening A you put one twist in the index loop. The Third movement is peculiar to this figure.