Green Sweaters(28 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Green Sweater Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Green Sweaters
Beautiful colors and patterns
I am a big fan of Novica s alpaca sweaters, and this one is no exception. The colors are very vibrant and fun, the quality is great, and I m sure I will wear it for many years! For an alpaca sweater, this is a great price too. I highly recommend it!
Soft colors, very versatile
This cardigan sweater is soft and comfortable, warm and oh, so pretty, with light feminine colors. It is versatile enough to wear with many outfits, over solids and other patterns, such as stripes. Of course, it will dress up your jeans and make you look all put together. Thank you, Novica Artisans.
Although I shopped for alpaca sweaters in Peru, I never saw anything as intricately designed and well-made as this cardigan at such a great price.
Alfredo Falcon Alpaca apparel and accessories
"When I was a small child, my parents began teaching me to knit. Like me, they learned them from their own parents. So we are a family devoted to the world of textile arts for generations."
"I come from a humble family of textile artisans and my first jobs were making sweaters that we sold later in a small store in Huaraz — an Andean city famous among tourists and mountain sportsmen. Everything went well until our town was hit by the earthquake of... read more
Popular Green Sweaters
Floral 100% Baby Alpaca Cardigan in Stone from Peru, "Dream Garden in Stone"$129.99
The fine alpaca fleece of the season’s first shearing, called baby alpaca, is what makes this thigh-length cardigan so irresistibly soft. Peru’s Ana Fernandez designed the swirling floral pattern, inspired by 19th-century Baroque textiles. Features coconut shell buttons.100% baby alpaca.
Multicolor Alpaca Sweater in Greens and Blues, "Cozy Forest"$124.99
Evoking a verdant Andean forest beneath blue skies, Fernando Cano creates a sweater of vibrant patterns. He works in luxurious alpaca wool, long prized for its lightweight warmth. Greens, blues and white comprise his palette of yarns.