I collected this figure in the same way as the preceding figure. There are two examples of this pattern in the Philadelphia Free Museum of Science and Art, collected by Mr. Stewart Culin; No. 22715 is a Navaho figure, from St. Michael's Mission, Arizona, called Sono-tsihu = Twin Stars; No. 22606 is from Zuñi, N. M., called Pi-cho-wai, wai-lo-lo = Lightning; it has been artificially distorted.
There is not much to this figure. The final pattern is almost exactly like the "Two Diamonds" of the Osage Indians, if that figure be formed with a single string loop. The Fourth movement is a characteristic Navaho method, which, as we shall see, forms the most important part of the "Storm Clouds."