Most probably, but I can't help but share my own current OCD-
Handmade in the US, from a nearly extinct 4-horned local sheep by artisans who put their heart and soul into each piece over a month of work.
Some of the textiles are of all natural dye, others don't use any dye at all. The white, brown, black and white above is just the color of the wool, from the multicolor Churro sheep. The history of that red involves a beetle from Central America. The Churro was originally from Andulasia, passed to them by the Spaniards. The art of weaving was passed to these folk by the descendants of the Anasazi.
And out of nothing the Navajo women weaved their own culture. They say each rug is a prayer; they say life is the sheep.
It is simply amazing that these things are still made. It is less stunning, but typical, that this is thought of by most Americans as "southwest kitsch".
A good Navajo rug
just a wonder.