You’ll be noticed wearing this finely handwoven shawl made by the CTTC-member weavers of Chahuaytire village in the Peruvian highlands. The weave is recognizably from this cooperative as their motifs derive from this region. The yarns are a blend of alpaca and wool, all naturally dyed. And because it’s woven warp-faced on a backstrap loom, the fabric is durable, warm, and can withstand winds and rain. So wrap yourself up or display it on your wall. It’s lovely in all ways.