Multicolor Ponchos(24 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Multicolor Poncho Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Multicolor Ponchos
A versatile and lovely wrap--I love the subtle blending of colors and the beautiful texture in the weaving.
beautiful color and soft
I have gotten more complements on this wrap. It isnt as bright as in the picture but very pretty. Very soft and warm.
Absolutely gorgeous poncho
I bought this as a birthday gift for my honey, and she loves it. In fact, its hard to get her to take it off! The poncho is gorgeous, the fabric rich and sensuous. Alfredo Falcons story is inspiring. Im very happy we met him through his art.
Alfredo Falcon Alpaca apparel and accessories
"This makes us a family entirely devoted to the world of textiles, and we have been for generations."
“I come from a humble family dedicated to textiles and my first jobs were making sweaters that we sold later in a small store in Huaraz (Ancash)--a high Andean city of Peru very famous among tourists and mountain sportsmen. Everything went well until our town... read more
Popular Multicolor Ponchos
Handwoven Striped Cotton Poncho from Guatemala, "Beach Stripes"$67.99
Evoking the colors of the beach, stripes of turquoise, daffodil, strawberry, and pine green are created with cotton yarns that are carefully woven together by hand. Guatemala's Elena Ixtamer creates this artisanal poncho, which culminates in a pointed bottom that is accented by dangling fringes.
Artisan Crafted 100% Wool Blue Poncho with Floral Embroidery, "Colorful Affair"$79.99
Intricately embroidered with a colorful floral motif, this exquisite poncho in a lively hue of turquoise blue is presented by Sajad of India. Featuring traditional work famous in Kashmir and a delicate fringe, this soft wool poncho is the perfect accessory for a chilly day.
Asymmetrical Hand Woven Rayon Poncho from Guatemala, "Autumnal Charm"$109.99
Warm autumnal tones create a lovely multicolor blend in this poncho from Guatemala. Using a backstrap loom, members of the artisan group K'amolon K'i K'ojonel (which means "let us get together") hand-weave the poncho from soft rayon fabric. With a folded front and long, fringed back, the poncho has a unique asymmetric appearance.