Peruvian Winter Hats(75 items)
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Winter Hats
Wonderful, soft winter hat. Perfect for the weather we re having this winter. Well made and beautiful!! Thank you!!
warm, wonderful gift
I bought this hat for my brother-in-law. Hes very happy with it. Its warm and beautifully knit. Delivery was fast for something coming a very long way.
Colorful, cute, warm hat!
I wanted a thinner yet still warm winter hat that would go with different coats/jackets and this one fills the bill perfectly. This alpaca hat is stylishly cute and colorful. The fabric is soft and lightweight but warm. The hat is so colorful it will coordinate/blend with many other colors (blue, purple, black) but especially my red and crimson/burgundy coats & jackets.
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 Peruvian Winter Hats
Knitted Unisex Watch Cap in Azure 100% Alpaca from Peru, "Antique Blue Allure"
Carrying on the profession of his mother, Wilber Calapuja is an artisan who specializes in crafting beautiful attire from Peru. He knits this unisex hat from 100% alpaca wool that is soft and elegant. In solid azure blue, it features diamond and braid patterns knitted along its length.
Striped 100% Alpaca Knit Hat from Peru, "Andean Art"
Crimson is combined with various other colors in this hat from Peru. Knit from 100% alpaca wool, the hat features crimson, pumpkin, cerulean, and purple stripes with zigzag, cross, and block patterns. Peruvian artisan Fernando Cano creates this warm accessory.
Women's Alpaca Knit Hat in Multicolor, "Cusco Cathedral"
Inspired by the colonial architecture of Cusco as well as by the textile traditions of the Inca, Ana Fernandez in Peru creates this gorgeous hat. Knit from pure alpaca wool, the hat features a complex pattern in subtle shades of nutmeg, azure, sage, goldenrod and salamander.