Patabamba Peruvian Scarf


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Product Description

This naturally dyed wool, alpaca scarf has traditional patterning from the Patabamba village in the Peruvian Highlands of Cusco. Traditional motifs are combined by the artisan to produce one-of-a-kind textiles. This handsome scarf rich in symbolic motifs features the Araña (spider), an agricultural scale and other traditional geometric designs. Handwoven on a backstrap loom it is finished with a beautiful twisted fringe.

This scarf was woven by Pilar Ojeda de Kille an artisan member of the Patabamba village and cooperative member of Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco, located in the Peruvian Highlands of Cusco.

This scarf may also be used as a lovely table runner. Learn more about Patabamba.

Additional information


dark purple brown w/gold design stripes


90% wool; 10% alpaca


about 8.5" wide X76" long; approx 4" fringe


handwash gently in cool water w/mild soap or dry clean


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