Is a camelid that lives in the highlands of South America, mainly in Peru. They live in extremely cold areas, which makes their coat a very good material for outerwear. Alpaca naturally comes in 22 different colors, but the most common are brown, black, white and grey. There are two types of alpacas: Huancaya and Suri. The huancaya fiber is opaque, curly and fluffy like sheep’s wool. The suri fiber is straight, silky, shiny and bright.
Baby Alpaca is one of the most important fibers of the Peruvian textiles. Is a very soft and very durable material and also very warm. We put Baby Alpaca lining in our gloves to give comfort and warmth to your hands but with these yarns, you can create beanies, sweaters, cardigans, and more pieces of clothing.
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