Multicolor Andean Alpaca Collection(207 items)
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Andean Alpaca Collection
Soft and beautiful!
These are super soft, well made, and just awesome. My wrists and hands get cold the most. These are super helpful in the mornings when its cold outside and I have to drive my kids to school.
He Loves It
The softness is wonderful. The weave is light to the touch, but the texture creates warmth and comfort. The 3/4 zip moves smoothly. The color is even richer and warmer than in the photo. Ive purchased several as gifts for my husband, and they are his favorites. All are unique and beautifully made.
A Perfect Fit
Picture is very accurate--beautiful sweater and fits me perfectly. Looking forward to it keeping me warm this winter.
Popular Multicolor Andean Alpaca Collection
Colorful Textured Handwoven Alpaca Blend Morral Shoulder Bag, "Bright Quechua Dove"$99.99
Crafted by hand, this delightful morral combines rich textures with cheerful colors. Artisan members of Peru's Cusco Center for Traditional Textiles first knot the yarn before it is woven on a backstrap loom. The motifs derive from Inca art in an effort to keep the traditional patterns and techniques alive as well as their Andean identity. This texture is known as which means "dove" in the Quechua language.
Colorful Alpaca Blend Poncho from Peru, "Cuzco Sunset"$79.95
Inspired by the hues of afternoon, Peruvian artisan Nestor Yana designs this sumptuously soft alpaca blend poncho. This knit poncho features intersecting rectangle patterns in a variety of colors. A turtle neckline and a zip-up front complete this elegant poncho.
Peruvian Multicolored Acrylic and Alpaca Blend Ruana Kimono, "Peruvian Rainbow"$49.99
As colorful as the Andean textiles that served as inspiration for its design, this knit ruana features patterned and solid stripes in gorgeous hues such as blue-violet, kelly green, deep rose, amethyst and Tiffany blue. Peruvian artisan Alfredo Falcon crafts the lightweight ruana using a blend of acrylic and soft alpaca. Open in front, the ruana has two buttons along its sides that serve to create very loose-fitting arm holes. This accessory would look great over a turtleneck in a solid color matching one of the ruana's myriad colors.
Multicolored Bolivian Andean Alpaca Scarf, "Altiplano Warmth"$64.95
Alpaca wool was once reserved exclusively for Inca royalty, but over the centuries the soft, lightweight, and superfine fibers have become a staple of Andean textile tradition. Here it forms a versatile checkerboard scarf, handwoven of 100% alpaca by artisans in Bolivia.