Peruvian Patterned Sweaters(137 items)
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Patterned Sweaters
What a lovely sweater!
I ordered this in the summer, but cant wait to wear it in a few months! Colors are gorgeous, and the weight is not too heavy but just right. Thanks so much, I can see that a lot of love went into creating this :-)
I received this beautiful sweater, finally, after the virus delay. I cant wait to wear it. I love the colors and the number of different knit patterns is mesmerizing. The workmanship is wonderful.
Fernando Cano Alpaca apparel
"If you truly want something in life, you will do all that is within your means to get it."
“I was born in the year 1973 in the district of Macate in the department of Ancash. My parents were engaged in agriculture in the countryside. I consider myself a very creative man, and very enterprising-- I always want to be doing things, to go forward and... read more
Popular Peruvian Patterned Sweaters
Peruvian Pima Cotton Baroque Tunic for Women, "Peruvian Baroque"$149.95
Santo Domingo Church in Arequipa, Peru, is one of the earliest examples of mestizo baroque architecture—the blending of European and indigenous styles that took place in the centuries after the Spanish conquest. The church’s densely carved facade is the inspiration for the exuberant pattern on this tunic sweater.
Alpaca Blend Zip-Front Cardigan from Peru, "Aymara"$149.99
High in the Peruvian Altiplano, people have been using soft, durable alpaca fiber to make warm yet lightweight garments for centuries. Benita Cutipa uses an alpaca blend to create this lively zip-front cardigan. Geometric patterns inspired by ancient textiles stand out against a black background.
Ombre Fade Knit Cotton Blend Pullover Sweater from Peru, "Sunset in Spring"$99.95
Knit from a cotton and viscose blend, this feminine pullover evokes the colors of spring. Intricate chevron and stripe patterns are diligently incorporated into the fibers. Peruvian artisan Patricia Lopez creates this pullover, which is dyed in ombre tones of lavender and marigold.
Jauja Alpaca Cardigan, "Jauja Lace"$159
The Peruvian town of Jauja briefly flourished as the capital of Spanish Peru. The Inca riches that Pizarro and his men found there even led to the legend that Jauja was a land of luxury. "Pais de Jauja" has become a Spanish expression for a mythical land of leisure and excess, but today the real Jauja is a quiet colonial town with fewer than 20,000 residents. The lacy patterns on our alpaca-blend cardigan are inspired by the Baroque and Rococo architecture of the 1564 Jauja Cathedral. The tan and ivory sweater features a hidden front zipper.