Baby Alpaca Yarn Review
Baby Alpaca Yarn Review.
First a bit of humor!
I am so excited! My dear friend Norri asked if I would design a hat and scarf for her to wear to the East Coast this Winter; we are both California girls. As I am highly allergic to lanolin and therefore have to wear cotton gloves and a dust mask when working with any merino wool, I suggested baby alpaca as my wool of choice to make her garments. I sent her over to WEBS in search of her colors, explaining they didn’t necessarily have to be the same brand, as long as they were similar in gauge. She found two stunning yarns. Cascade Yarns “Pure Alpaca” colorway Christmas and Juniper Moon Farm “Herriot” colorway Black River Stone; both 100% baby alpaca made in Peru. And… Yes, there are TEN skeins in the basket! Unfortunately, the colorway Christmas has been discontinued; however, Cascade Yarns has new colors! But I did find some Christmas colorway here at Alpaca Direct on clearance and available at the time of this post. Both yarns are extremely soft and are working up into stunning garments, very yummy and beautiful. I would highly recommend both yarns to everyone!
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Wishing you a wonderful 100% baby alpaca kinda day!
Posted on July 22, 2015, in PRODUCT REVIEW and tagged 100% baby alpaca yarn, alpaca direct, alpaca yarn, alpacadirect.com, baby alpaca, Cascade yarns, christmas, crochet, furls candy shop, furls crochet candy shop hook, furls crochet hook, Herriot baby alpaca yarn, Juniper Moon Farm, Ravelry a Knit and Crochet Community, the hooked haberdasher, thehookedhaberdasher.com, WEBs America's Yarn Store, wendy bickford, yarn.com. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.