Handwoven Wool Frazadas
Frazada, meaning 'blanket' in Spanish are hand-woven by women from the indigenous Aymara group of the Andes in Peru. Weavers create colorful strips from hand-sheared sheep's wool on a backstrap loom. Then, two pieces are sewn together to create a frazada.
Made of a soft wool, these blankets also work well as colorful rugs. Since each blanket is handmade there are variations in size. They are all roughly 5' x 5' squares with the approximate sizes of each blanket listed below.
Made in Peru
#9 - 55.5" x 61.5"
Clothing Size Conversion Chart
|XS||0 to 2||6||38||34||6||5|
|S||2 to 4||8||40||36||8||7|
|M||4 to 6||10||42||38||10||9|
|L||6 to 8||12||44||40||12||11|
|XL||8 to 10||14||46||42||14||13|
|Matta Size (US)||European Size|