Our Children's Hand- Knitted Collection, Inspired by Andes Landscapes of Northern Argentina

Crafted with love and attention to detail, these unique winter knits bring warmth and comfort to little ones while embracing the beauty of nature. Each piece of our collection tells a story; a story of tradition, heritage, and the skilled craftsmanship passed down through generations.

Inspired by our trip to the North of Argentina and the Andes mountains,  our hand-knit treasures are more than just clothing; they are heirlooms that celebrate the beauty of childhood and the wonders of the natural world.

Our collection not only supports traditional artisans and their communities but also ensures that our garments are sustainable and created with 100% natural fibres.

The inspiration behind our winter collection

The north of Argentina with its breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural heritage serves as a constant source of inspiration for our winter collection created in the region. 

The patterns often reflect the natural elements of the region, such as the Andes mountains and the arid landscapes of the Puna, creating a connection between the knits and the surrounding environments where they were created. 

The natural fibres used in these garments are 100% llama wool. These animals are autochthonous to these lands and the artisans have been working with these fibres for centuries.

Wearing our hand-knitted garments is like wearing a piece of art, showcasing the creativity and skill of the artisan who made it.

Our collection includes stylish sweaters, unique vests, and accessories, such as classic local bennies and hand-embroidered socks.

The craftsmanship of this hand-knitted collection is not just a skill; it is an art form that celebrates tradition and heritage. By supporting artisans who uphold these traditions, you are not only investing in a beautiful garment to be enjoyed for years to come but also preserving a cultural legacy.

I hope you love this little collection as much as I do.

Candela - Founder of Casapacha -