Solid Alpaca Wool Ponchos(84 items)
Featured Reviews on Solid Alpaca Wool Ponchos
Love the style
Beautiful poncho-sweater? but be careful not to get jewelry or a hairbrush caught in it as the knit pulls easily.
Fair Isle Knit Poncho
I am always worried about sizing, as it varies so much from the U.S.A and Australia. My solution is to purchase One Size or Fits Most. This beautiful soft green, 100% baby alpaca wool poncho/sweater is a nice fit for me. The sleeves are narrow and firm so can be bloused up a little to show-off the pattern, the body is loose (to cover my tummy), and Im just mad about the collar. All positives.
My friends think Ponchos are so unfashionable you should only leave the house in one or be in the house in one if you have guests. However they agreed with me this is a classic fashion garment and it is very well cut and stylish. I love the colour too and the texture as it feels comfortable and does not make me itch (like wool and Alpaca often does). It is roomy enough to put a jumper under it but with or without a jumper under it; does not look bulky. My gratitude to the artisan !!!!
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 Solid Alpaca Wool Ponchos
Knit Beige Baby Alpaca Turtleneck Poncho with Sleeve Cuffs, "Andean Enchantment"
By Jorge Molina, this poncho is knitted of luxurious alpaca wool, renowned for its lightweight warmth. Its snug turtleneck is trimmed by a cedar wood button. The tan collar repeats the tone of cuff sleeves that emerge near the poncho's hem.
Teal 100% Baby Alpaca Fair Isle Knit Poncho, "Teal Trends"
By Jorge Molina, this elegant teal poncho is knit of baby alpaca wool, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing. A Fair Isle-style border adorns the extravagant cowl collar and long cuffs that run from wrist to elbow.