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Alpaca is considered to be a luxury fibre. The Alpaca is a camelid (related to camels) like the Llama. This fibre has been used for centuries in woven fabrics and vast amounts were imported to Europe for use in suiting.
The main producing area are the mountainous South American countries of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, but animals have been successfully bred more recently in other countries, on a smaller scale.
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SW Merino/ Alpaca/ Nylon/ Silk 'Water Sprite' 4 oz hand dyed roving, CreatedbyElsieB wool combed top, superwash roving, blue spinning fiber
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