Green Andean Alpaca Collection(84 items)
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This will be a lovely gift.
I bought this for my daughter as a Christmas Gift. The colors are lovely. It arrived beautifully wrapped. I cant wait to see her reaction to this beautiful gift.
Awesomely beautiful, lightweight, warm, and very well made. Im 5 4 and 135 and got a medium, which fits fine. Its a fitted style, as shown in the photo, but hooray it has plenty of room in the upper arms, since I dislike tight sleeves. Pretty cool its mailed from the artisans who hand write a postcard and gift wrap it. I feel lucky to be able to have this cardigan.
Popular Green Andean Alpaca Collection
Knit Alpaca Blend Fingerless Gloves in Iris from Peru, "Inca Landscape"$39.99
In celebration of the ancient Inca, Alberto Caceres presents a charming pair of fingerless gloves. Working with a group of over 100 artisans, he knits the gloves of alpaca blend yarns to feature geometric patterns and the image of deer over a body of iris.
Cable Knit Baby Apaca Blend Pullover in Olive from Peru, "Warm Charm in Olive"$97.99
Keeping you warm during the cold months, this fashionable cardigan from Peru is knit from a baby alpaca blend in olive green. Wilber Calapuja creates the pullover, which features cable knit and openwork patterns, long sleeves, and a drop shoulder. Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.
Cable Knit Baby Alpaca Blend Pullover in Olive from Peru, "Warm Sweetness in Olive"$99.99
Working with a baby alpaca blend in solid olive, Peruvian artisan Wilber Calapuja creates this warm pullover. He knits the turtle neck pullover to feature cable and openwork patterns, long sleeves, and a drop shoulder. Baby alpaca refers to the fine fleece from the season's first shearing.
Backstrap Handwoven Burgundy Alpaca Blend Shoulder Bag, "Pisac Wine"$139.99
Ancestral patterns carry memories of Inca splendor to this unique handbag design. By artisans of the Cusco Center for Traditional Textiles, its fabric is woven by hand on a backstrap loom. They utilize motifs that derive from Inca art and seek to keep the old textile traditions alive.
The bag is fully lined and opens to reveal a convenient zipper pocket.