The wool of baby 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.
Alicia Adams Alpaca
Alicia Adams Alpaca 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 with alpaca fibers.