Women's Wool Blend Hats(41 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Wool Blend Hat Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's 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.
Himalayan Naari Hand-knitted and handwoven apparel and accessories
"We learned knitting and weaving from our families since childhood. Most of us learned the art from our mothers. We share our techniques with each other to improve and learn together."
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Popular Women's Wool Blend Hats
White and Multicolored Alpaca Blend Knit Hat from Peru, "Bright Diamonds"$29.99
In tones of white and a variety of other colors, diamonds and geometric motifs decorate this warm hat from Peru. Edison Canal designs this -style hat, drawing inspiration from Inca textiles. The hat is knit of an alpaca wool blend.
Olive Alpaca and Felt Blend Hat with Handwoven Accent, "Yaku in Olive"$147.99
Designed by Andeana in Peru, this hat will make a fashionable addition to your wardrobe. Featuring a structured top and an upturned brim, the hat is crafted of alpaca and wool blend felt in a solid olive hue, accented by a handwoven alpaca and wool blend belt that displays colorful diamond patterns. Andeana names this accessory meaning "water" in Quechua.