Peruvian Women's Multicolor Hand Woven Scarves(29 items)
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Women's Multicolor Hand Woven Scarves
A beautiful scarf - so nicely made, so soft!
My thanks to the Ulloa family listed on the shipping paper as the artist who created this scarf. I gave this as a gift, it was greatly appreciated and I was so pleased at the beauty and quality.
lovely and warm
I love this scarf! It goes with everything and has become my favorite scarf. It is not too heavy and drapes beautifully. Lovely colors.
It was great, and the package it was wrapped in was beautiful! I got it for my husband for his birthday, and he loved it. Thank you Ulloa family for such a beautiful piece of art!
"Art is the basis of our own lives and that of our town, expressed though every carefully woven thread and each lovely color."
"I take pride in this land and in my long history with this beautiful art filled with happiness. I was only... read more
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Rainbow 100% Alpaca Striped Scarf from Peru, "Andean Rainbow"$57.99
Bring the beauty of an Andean rainbow to your wardrobe with this scarf from Peru. Designed and handwoven of 100% alpaca by the talented artisans of the Ulloa Family, the soft scarf features bright, multicolored stripes along its length, completed at the ends with fringes.
Handwoven 100% Alpaca Scarf with Stripes from Peru, "Dream of Colors"$49.99
The members of Peru's Ulloa Family work together to create this beautiful scarf, diligently handwoven from alpaca wool on an artisanal loom. Working with an original design, they incorporate fibers in a variety of warm colors that capture the dreamlike quality of the sunset. Fringes finish this cold weather accessory at each end.
Hand Woven Alpaca Blend Striped Multicolored Scarf from Peru, "Bohemian Rainbow"
With a soft, tufted texture, this Peruvian scarf is handwoven from 100% baby alpaca wool, with multicolored stripes that stretch its length. The scarf is designed by Raquel and Gregor, who take pride in aiding local artisans and families with their work.
Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.