Alpaca

Alpaca fiber is a natural fiber of animal origin and has a long and colorful history. The old tribes of the Andean highlands of Peru, Argentina, Chile and Bolivia were the first to tame the wild vicuña that was, and continues to be, indigenous to the area. Through the selective breeding of this animal, Vicugna pacos, the alpaca breed developed, becoming a vital component for the survival of these tribes by giving them meat, fiber, leather, oxidizing and the basis for monetary exchange.

The texture is all you’ve been dreaming of, soft and nice, this technique is amazing! It will make you feel comfort every time!

The wide range of natural colors of alpaca eliminates the need to dye. These natural colors come in different shades of white, fawn, coppery, gray, black and many intermediate colors.

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