The majority of Misha & Puff products rely on Peruvian land, farms, and artisans to bring our products to life. This is intentional and reflects our commitment to Free Trade principles by working with producers in developing countries and achieving equitable and sustaining trade relationships with them.

The majority of Misha & Puff products rely on Peruvian land, farms, and artisans to bring our products to life. This is intentional and reflects our commitment to Free Trade principles by working with producers in developing countries and achieving equitable and sustaining trade relationships with them.

Peru became the obvious choice for producing our products, thanks to its long history in textiles.

Did you know some Peruvian textile artifacts date back 6000+ years? The Peruvian people have been expert artisans not simply for centuries, but for millennia. You could say knitting is in their blood, and you wouldn’t be wrong. Family members pass on the skills and tricks of the trade, one stitch at a time.

Plus, sustainability is the country's default.

Peruvians recognize that resources are precious, that waste isn't an option, and that doing quality work is the only way to approach a craft, whether it's hand knitting, farming, making shoes, or hand-dyeing yarn.

So when our label says “Made in Peru,” this label reflects...

  • The artisans' love for their craft. Peruvian artisans never fail to WOW us with their quality handiwork. When we say they’re world-class artisans, we're not exaggerating.
  • Techniques and/or materials produced in Peru. Whether it's hand-dyed yarn or locally grown pima cotton or the sole of a shoe being expertly sanded and carved to fit that shoe, the techniques and materials that go into making our products celebrate the country's rich textile heritage.
  • Our hearts. For us, Peru isn't simply a place to make stuff. The Peruvians inspire and share our vision for the way we want to make our products.