This pattern is known to the Navahos as Son-bi-tere. I learned it from the same source as the preceding figures. In the Culin collection in the Philadelphia Free Museum of Science and Art a finished pattern, 22716, from St. Michael's Mission, Arizona, is labelled So-bide-hulonni = Horned Star. At Grand Canyon, Arizona, a Navaho called it "Cow's Head."
String Figure Notation (SFN)
The "Two-horned Star" is a modification of "Many Stars" because in the Seventh movement the lower index loop is slipped off over the upper index loop, and in the Eighth movement the thumb loop is slipped off over the index loop.