Black Wool Clothing(49 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Black Wool Clothing Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Black Wool Clothing
Beautifully well made
Im a knitter. I only buy handknit sweaters when the price is less than I would pay for the yarn to make it myself. This was an exceptionally good buy.
LOVE this Sweater!
I love the pattern on this type of sweater in general, but have been so happy with the colors/workmanship that I will definitely buy another until I have all 4 colors! Especially happy with the blue-it is a unique shade between aqua and a dusty blue...
Absolutely beautiful and fantastically made!!!
This does not disappoint in the slightest way! I love it! It looks exactly like the picture and FEELS wonderful!
"My focus now is on creating fine knitwear of top quality, and in so doing sharing with the world the beauty of our culture and our Andean textiles."
"I studied industrial engineering, and that's when I met wife. Since then she’s been my... read more
Popular Black Wool Clothing
Alpaca Blend Grey and Black Ruana with Scarf, "Peruvian Wildflower in Grey"$149.95
Versatile with lightweight warmth, this reversible alpaca-blend cloak is great for travel in changeable climates. Modeled after the Andean ruana, a traditional style of draped cloak, its pattern of flowers in smoky grey and black is inspired by the wildlife of the Peruvian mountainside. The generous attached scarf and button front keep you warm when winds pick up.
Women's Merino Wool Irish Cardigan, "Bountiful"$149.95
This cozy merino wool cardigan sweater is a virtual sampler of Irish Aran knitting patterns. Each pattern symbolizes an aspect of local fishing culture: Celtic rope for Irish pride; fisherman's cable for safety on the waters; basket stitch for a plentiful catch; and diamond, the shape of a fishing net, for success. The warm wool is renowned for its extremely soft hand, providing warmth and comfort without the itch of lower-quality fibers.
Paisley Flourish Wool Jacket, "Paisley Flourish"$165
The Persian pattern we know as paisley first made its way to Europe as Kashmiri shawls, brought by Silk Road traders in the 1700s. Here the pattern decorates a lined, open wool jacket that makes a distinctive alternative to a blazer. An abundant paisley pattern decorates the front, cuffs, and hem.
Black and Russet Alpaca Blend Poncho from Peru, "Inca Contrast"
Drawing inspiration from the textiles of the ancient Inca, Peruvian artisan Waldo Berrios creates this stunning and lovely poncho. He works with a luxuriously soft alpaca blend, knitting this sleeved poncho to feature geometric spiral patterns in contrasting hues of russet and black.