Every alpaca farm has a story. Ours began in 2003 and has been guided by our respect for the symbiotic relationships between the land, the animals, and the people. We have come to believe that we are meant to provide forever homes to our alpacas where the respectful interaction between alpaca and farmer brings life into balance.
Once reserved for Incan royalty, this organic and sustainable resource was coined ‘fibre of the gods’. Surpassing other fibres in softness and warmth, it can usually be worn by people sensitive to wool. Its hollow fibres have a high insulating value, and having no lanolin, alpaca can be processed without chemicals. Unlike synthetic materials, alpaca will breathe, keeping you comfortable no matter the temperature. Alpacas with their small environmental footprint, ethical fibre-harvesting practices, and low-impact milling production, present an eco-friendly, sustainable option to ‘fast fashion’.
If you’ve never tried a pair, you don’t know what you’re missing! Socks made from alpaca are recommended for people with cold feet, poor circulation, and even folks who overheat. Since alpaca wicks moisture away, feet stay dry and bacteria doesn’t grow. That means you can wear your alpaca socks many times between washings and they won’t smell. Customers start with one pair and are quickly back to sample our entire collection!
We know that product sourcing is important to our clients. Whether you are looking for a locally created alpaca product, one that supports the ancient crafting of marginalized communities, or one that unites artisans internationally, we've got the right product for you!
These products combine fibre from our animals, milled in small batch mini-mills, and transformed into heirloom pieces through the talent of local artisans.
These products combine fibre from multiple farms within North America to produce high-quality end products.
These products are the result of partnerships between North and South American that promote seamless integration of shared fibre, innovative design processes, and custom milling
These products feature ethically sourced artisan work procured at a fair wage to ensure the continued health of the alpaca industry in South America