Alpaca is a natural fibre, treasured for its luxurious qualities. The fibre is available in a variety of natural shades from white to fawn, browns and various dark shaded greys including blacks.
The fibre is desirable for its heat retention, softness and durability making
it especially suitable for both knitwear and woven garments.
The fibre's exclusivity increases its attraction to the consumer.
Laycock International can offer advice on blending alpaca with other fibres to create more cost-effective materials with added desirability factor - go to advice for spinners.
Basic types of alpaca
A large percentage
of the alpaca clip is processed in the Peruvian home of the alpaca animal and
exported part-processed as tops, webs etc., or in some cases as finished yarn,
cloth and even garments.
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