Peruvian Women's Alpaca Wool Blend Hats(84 items)
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Women's Alpaca Wool Blend Hats
I like this hat very much. It is hard to find a hat that flatters, especially when you cannot try it first. To my relief, this one looks, on me, very much as it looks on the model in the photos. I do have to cuff it up, as pictured on the model, otherwise the edge would be too tight against my forehead. High quality, soft and warmer than an acrylic knit hat. Quite pleased.
Alpaca blend knit hat-Striking Diamonds
The hat is light weight and comfortable to wear inside or out. I love the colors. I runs large so it can fit over big hair or heads.
Beautiful and unique
Once the weather turns cold, I never go anywhere without a hat. This one is both warm and very lovely. I get comments and questions about it all the time. It is true to the measurements listed in the description, and has held its shape well over a great deal of wear. If Ms Guevara made it in an other color, especially greens or blues, I would buy that one as well.
Elsa Flores Apparel and accessories in Andean alpaca
"It was my parents who introduced me to Andean textile arts. They knitted all kinds of apparel but what I liked best were the hats, the chullos, and the ponchos."
"I consider myself a happy woman, an extrovert, trustworthy and hardworking.
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Popular Peruvian Women's Alpaca Wool Blend Hats
Cable Pattern Alpaca Blend Hat in Chestnut from Peru, "Lovely Cable in Chestnut"
To create this lovely hat, Peruvian artisan Maria Esperanza Jauregui works with a soft alpaca wool blend in solid chestnut. She crochets this hat by hand, resulting in elegant cable patterns that are topped by a dainty pompom. Buttons of olivewood accent this hat along the side.
Round Alpaca and Wool Blend Felt Hat in Espresso from Peru, "Tika in Espresso"
Designed by Peru's Andeana, this hat will add a touch of artisanal haberdashery to your wardrobe. Local artisans craft the hat from a soft alpaca and wool blend felt, featuring a rounded top and a wide brim. Woven by hand on the traditional backstrap loom, an alpaca and wool blend accent displays yellow geometric patterns that contrast excellently with the hat's solid espresso hue. This accessory is named meaning "potato flower" in Quechua.