- Material: Alpaca
The young woman I gave this to as a gift adored this neck scarf as it is so soft, feminine & flattering & reminds her of her recent trip to Peru.
Purchased this item as a gift and it all comments from the recipient have been positive. Excellent quality and workmanship, beautiful understated design. Extra kudos from recipients son for the extra little Trouble Doll gift that came with the neck wrap. Hes enthralled with it. Many compliments to the artist. She will remain on my list for future purchases for myself and others. JK
By Nancy M.
This is a beautiful neckwarmer. It is soft as air around my neck,yet really warm. It drapes beautifully & is a perfect size. Beautifully made, high quality item.
Monochrome Baby Alpaca Neck Warmer, "Winter Clouds"
This beautiful neck warmer is designed by Peru's Wilder Yauri. The black, white and grey infinity scarf is knit from 100% baby alpaca, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing. The super-soft wool and open knit style result in an accessory that is warm, fluffy and utterly delightful.
Multicolored 100% Alpaca Neck Warmer from Peru, "Multicolored Inca"
Featuring a body of graphite with stripes of multicolored designs, this neck warmer is inspired by Inca textiles. Peru's Rogelio Quispe designs the neck warmer, knit of 100% alpaca yarns for a soft and warm accessory during the cold months.
Reversible 100% Alpaca Neck Warmer in Azure and Smoke, "Beautiful Valley Sky"
Soft, warm, and comfortable, this neck warmer is crafted by Peruvian artisan Maria Teresa Tejada. She knits the neck warmer of 100% alpaca wool, giving it a reversible design in azure and smoke to suit your every mood. The artisan proudly affirms that the colors are achieved using natural dyes.
Alpaca Knit Neck Warmer from Peru, "Flirting in Black"
This neck warmer is designed for elegant and cozy warmth. By Iuliana Ionele, the black neck warmer features braided patterns and off-white borders. Ionele works with baby alpaca wool, renowned for its soft and lightweight warmth since it comes from the season's first shear. The people of the Andes have preferred alpaca wool for centuries, often reserving it for special occasions.