Miski soft baby alpaca scarf
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski soft baby alpaca scarf
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors
Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors

Miski Wide Baby Alpaca Scarf - choose from 5 colors

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One-Of-A-Kind 100% Baby Alpaca Handwoven Wide Scarf, Unisex

  • Size: 30 cm x 210 cm
  • Fibre: 100% handspun alpaca yarn; dyed with natural dyes; hand-knotted fringe
  • Available in: Brick, Rose, Lake, Vicuna and Cream

Miski means "sweet" in Quechua and this is the sweetest alpaca scarf you'll ever own! The Miski Wide Alpaca Scarf is luxurious, ample, and oh-so-soft! The rich shades of these baby alpaca scarves are made using ancient natural dyeing techniques - from the cochineal insect - once more valuable than gold! - for the red and rose tones, and the indigo plant for blue. And the cream and soft brown colours are the naturally occurring shades of undyed alpaca fiber!

This baby alpaca scarf is a classic unisex piece that is perfect to combine with a thick sweater or jacket. Wear it as a voluptuous warm scarf or a stylish women's shawl wrapped around the shoulders.

Stay warm, look great and make an impact on the lives of indigenous artisans - all at the same time!

WHO MADE THIS BABY ALPACA SCARF?

The Miski Wide Alpaca Scarves were handwoven by an indigenous artisan from the Andean community of Upis, using handspun alpaca fibre from the weavers' own alpaca herds.