Make a statement with an Alpaca Scarf!

 

The qualities of alpaca are well known amongst the fashion industry – soft, luxurious, and an excellent natural fibre that is lighter than wool – and warmer too!


Once reserved for Incan royalty in South America, alpaca is now enjoyed the world over by discriminating fashionistas looking for a classic style.


At Threads of Peru, the alpaca fibre used is organic, and many of the scarves designed using the rich shades of brown, grey, black and white illustrate the natural variety of undyed alpaca fibre. The alpaca are also treated very kindly by their owners. The alpaca are free to roam around the Andean valley here they live. 

 

Stop by our eBay store or buy from us right on Facebook.

We’re also selling on the UK based ethical shop Eco Market.

 

 

 

 

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Threads of Peru is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization (ngo) registered in Cusco, Peru. The founding members represent the countries of Canada, Australia, and Peru. “Threads of Peru has been created to educate the world about the unique beauty and cultural significance of the Andean people and their textile traditions. Through the web, community tours, and international sales, we connect indigenous Andean weavers of Peru to a global market; contributing to the survival of this art form and to the health and well-being of the people that sustain it.” This is our blog where we write about our community projects and activities with community members. Our website it www.threadsofperu.com

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