Alpaca fleece is very soft and silky. It is lighter in weight and up to seven times warmer than sheep’s wool, but very breathable. Alpaca wool does not have the backward facing barbs that give sheep’s wool that scratchy feeling. Alpaca has no lanolin; it is hypoallergenic, naturally water repellent, doesn’t pill and is flame-resistant. Alpaca is extremely durable; a well-made blanket can easily last for years.
Alpaca are also known to have a low environmental impact compared to some other animals because they have split-toes, not hooves. The neutral colors, greys and browns, are sorted after sheering and are not dyed. For other colors, fibers are dyed and then mixed together. The fabric is then woven.
These Traveler’s Socks are just what you want in an alpaca sock. They are functional, attractive, durable and comfortable.
Show your love for these adorable animals with super cute hearts and alpaca. Made with cotton.
Dye cut from commercial grade vinyl. Design outline is cut out and set on clear backing for easy transfer.
What could be cuter than an alpaca face on your purse? The zipper opening is easy to use and will keep all of your goodies safe.
These popular little guys come in white, black, medium brown and light brown.
“Baby” does not indicate wool that comes from young alpaca. This highly prized wool comes from the cleanest part of the animal – the underside of its neck.
Super soft describes these sweet ones. They are made from the best wool an alpaca has to give - baby. Available in medium brown.
This knee-skimming fashionable sweater vest is from an ultra-soft combination of baby alpaca and Merino wool with a chunky, draping knit. Its relaxed fit makes it the perfect choice for a casual wrap.
These gorgeous blankets are imported from Ecuador where they are made in a tiny factory by a family outside of the indigenous town of Otovalo. Well made, these blankets will give you many years of warmth and comfort.