Alpaca Hues Fingerless Mittens
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Short mittens in brilliantly soft alpaca wool keep your hands warm and ready for whatever the chilly weather has in store -- all while keeping your fingers free for the important stuff...like building a snowman or packing the perfect snowball.
- 100% alpaca
- Hand wash in cold water; line dry
- One size fits most
- Approximately 6" L (15.2 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Bolivia
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March 28, 2015 - I had a pair of the multi-colored ones for about five years that I wore almost every day each winter (putting black fingered gloves underneath for the coldest part of the winter). Last week, I caught the edge of one of the thumbs on something and it started to unravel. Apart from that, those 5 year old ones still look fantastic -- the color and shape really held up well even with the wear I put on them. When I came to the site to reorder more, I decided to order the purple-only ones. They just arrived today and, assuming that these hold up as well as my old ones did, I will like these even better, since they cover more of my hand than the multi-colored ones did (they stopped at the base of my fingers. These come to my knuckles). You won't regret buying these. I promise.
March 3, 2015 - Very good workmanship, very attractive. Good price for alpaca. Warm and useful.
February 27, 2015 - i got the purple for myself & love them. i got the brown for my sister - but she loved my purple ones so i did an exchange. that exchange took only 2 weeks. but these were worth the wait! they are warmer than any other fingerless mitts or gloves i have ever had. & beautiful, as well.
February 26, 2015 - Given as a gift, so I'm afraid I can't speak about their fit or warmth, but they were very CUTE!!! And alpaca is so yummy and luxurious, for such a great price!
December 26, 2014 - Ordered both the brown and the green for my two grandsons, ages 18 and 22. They loved them. Exactly as pictured.
Artisan: Jalsu UmaFounded in 2001, Jalsu Uma focuses on training women in the production of accessories made from alpaca wool. Started by five women, the cooperative now includes more than 20 who are trained in techniques such as hand looming, weaving, and crocheting. Artisans have the option to work from home to care for their children and meet weekly for production matters. Jalsu Uma strives for expansion, providing more women with the opportunity to financially support themselves and their families, innovating new designs, and becoming a leader in Bolivian handicrafts.
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