Poppies Intarsia Fair Trade Alpaca Cardigan

Poppies Intarsia Fair Trade Alpaca Cardigan

Item  01872

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Poppies Intarsia Fair Trade Alpaca Cardigan
Item  01872

Regular Price: $209.90

Special Price $179.99

Availability: In stock

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Regular Price: $209.90

Special Price $179.99



Extremely rare and exceptionally beautiful. Using the technique of intarsia knitting, each color is knit in a separate piece then fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. It's nearly a lost art that requires almost three days to complete a single sweater. The hand-crocheted neckline and placket, and beautiful hand-painted buttons add even more artisanal appeal.

  • 40% alpaca, 40% acrylic, 20% wool
  • Sleeve length approximately 23" from top of shoulder
  • 23-inch length
  • Hand wash or dry clean
  • Certified Good Fair Trade Practices by Promperu and fairly made in Arequipa, Peru
Sizing & Fit

To ensure you get the best fit for your body type and fit preference, use the charts below. For best results, measure over undergarments at fullest part of your bust, at the natural bend in your waist (usually an inch or two above your belly button), and at the fullest part of your hip.


Gently shaped - slightly fitted silhouette. The feminine shape accentuates your waist without being tight or clingy.

  • Bust : S: 36, M: 39, L: 42, XL: 46
  • Hip : S: 36, M: 39, L: 42, XL: 46
  • Length: Approximately 23" on all sizes

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

So Beautiful!
I bought this sweater on sale several years ago, and it is so incredibly beautiful. I'm amazed at how it goes with practically everything in my closet. It has not lost it's luster, despite its age, and I get compliments every time I wear it. Despite its price, it is worth every penny.
Review by aliceindandyland / (Posted on 12/26/2017)

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Tey-Art elegantly fuses a contemporary design aesthetic with ancient skills passed down through generations of artisan knitters like Nancy, who started her bustling cooperative as a mother’s knitting circle in the Peruvian Andes highlands.

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