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by Kelley Hobart December 03, 2007 1 min read

We went nuts buying scarves this year while down in Lima, Peru visiting with our suppliers.  The style, color and quality of our new alpaca scarves is the best yet.  The baby alpaca is buttery soft and the finishing and colors are out of this world.  We also made sure the edges are all hand finished unlike nearly all scarves coming out of Peru these days.  This will ensure you have a scarf that will last for years.  These scarves make a great gift since there are no sizing issues and the quality is so exceptional.  If you end up buying some for yourself or others, please let us know what you think!
Kelley Hobart
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