Our high-quality Baby Alpaca fiber is produced by Bolivian cooperatives of community breeders from the Altiplano Boliviano.

Baby Alpaca Fiber

About the Alpaca Fiber

Alpaca animals grow free and in their natural habitat, they are sheared two times per year and with careful treatment of the animal, our material is gentle and sustainable.

The finest hair that grows under the adult animal is called Baby Alpaca fiber, not exposed to the sun in the altitude they live, becoming the most soft and light fiber. Alpaca is a very appreciated wool compared with other fibers, durable and stronger as well as biodegradable. 
It provides the best isolation, naturally hypoallergenic and  adequate to the temperature of the ambiance.

For more information about the Alpaca fiber, please go to our Alpaca Infographics.

Alpaca Tradition in Bolivia

Textile handicrafts are an essential part of the Andean Culture in Bolivia that dates back over 10,000 years. This ancient art form has predominately been undertaken by indigenous women in rural areas. Today, these women continue to use a variety of traditional techniques and materials to produce colorful artworks. Bolivian weavers primarily rely on alpaca, llama and vicuña wool which are abundant in the high altitude regions where they reside.