The wool of baby Suri alpacas is known for its superlative softness. Here it's woven with sheep's wood to create a lush, toasty throw that epitomizes affordable luxury.
Alicia Adams Alpaca
Alicia Adams Alpaca Inc. raises a herd of more than 200 Suri alpacas at a beautiful farm in New York’s Hudson Valley. With about 80 acres, the farm is also home to Alicia Adams and her family. The alpacas are shorn yearly; the throws and pillows are created in the United States and in Peru, using the incredible handiwork of local artisans who perpetuate the pre-Incan tradition of working alpaca fibers.
The fine wool of Suri alpacas is known
for its superlative softness. Here it's woven with sturdy acrylic to create a lush, lightweight throw in a herringbone pattern that epitomizes affordable luxury.
Softer than cashmere, lightweight yet toasty, the wool
of the Suri alpaca has been called "the gold of the Andes." Here it's been woven to create a lush fringed wrap. t's perfect for tossing over your shoulders in a cold ...