Alpaca Fingerless Mittens
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Fingerless mittens made with dreamy-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 tapping on the keyboard in a chilly office. Hand-loomed in Bolivia.
- Alpaca wool
- Hand wash in cold water; line dry
- Approximately 6" L (15.2 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from Bolivia
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January 4, 2015 - great buy! I had surgery on both hands. I knew I needed something to protect them while they healed...but something I could still have finger mobility in. I think this is one of the best purchases ever made. My best friend got a pair too when she saw how much I love mine.
December 26, 2014 - My granddaughter is always on her phone and she loved the gloves.
December 15, 2014 - I ordered these for my mom who had recently broken her wrist and her fingers were continually numb. She loves them! When back in stock, I'm going to order a pair for me to wear when I'm on the computer.
August 26, 2014 - Really soft and keep my hands and wrists warm. Don't have to keep taking them off when I'm using the phone, typing or reading like I do with gloves. Very happy.
March 30, 2014 - Pretty,but they run small in hand circumference.
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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