The Navajo Nation Flag is now available in an iron-on patch that can be applied for accessorizing any fabric of clothing, handbags, etc. Designed by Jay R. DeGroat who created the flag, has included various components from the Navajo Nation Seal. Comparing the flag and the seal shares the values of involving the four sacred mountains that point in the four directions: East (White), South (Blue), West (Yellow), and North (Black). Within these mountains are original land of the 1868 reservation (dark brown) and later the current borders (copper). Covering the entire land is a rainbow arc with the colors of red, yellow and blue; it represents sovereignty to the Navajos. In the center of the patch is a white disk and inside are two corn stalks and three domestic animals (horse, cow, and sheep), which represent the Navajo livestock economy. Centering the disc are the resources of the Navajo Nation such as the traditional hogan, a modern home, oil derrick, forestry, mining and recreational with fishing and hunting.
- Width: 2 3/4 inches
- Length: 4 inches
- Thickness: 1.5 mm
Navajo Nation Flag Iron-on Patch