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Alpaca wool

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300 yard 3-ply skein (Fawn) T-REX ($27.00)
300 yard 3-ply skein (Silver Black) ROLEX ($27.00)

Alpacas have been raised here on our property for over 4 years now and we have two beautiful animals. The fawn-colored one is named T-Rex and the dark calico one is named Rolex. These guys have beautiful wool that is smooth and silky to the touch. We shear the alpacas every May due to the summer heat.  They end up looking kind of goofy!  We send the wool in to be processed into yarn, batting and felt that we either use ourselves or sell to knitters. The wool comes out as pictured, either as a silver black in the case of Rolex or fawn-colored from T-Rex.  Everyone who visits our nursery loves to see the alpacas! They produce wonderful yarn that is not itchy and keeps you cooler (it breathes and lets humidity out better than other types of wool) when its warm and warm when it is cold.


Skein of 300 yard, 3-ply, Sport Weight (average weight 4.5 oz)

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