Alpacas are South American small camels whose babies make such high quality twine wool. The animals are sheared every other year. Her fine yarn is not only soft, shiny and a little curled, but also hard-wearing and five times warmer than sheep's wool. The hair of the young animals is usually processed into high-quality children's blankets, the wool of the older alpacas, however, is ideal for sweaters, cardigans, knitted coats and ponchos. Since the string does not contain lanolin wool, are also allergic to the safe side. The color palette of the coat of the sweet animals extends from white, brown, to a deep black. Alpaca wool can be cleaned only by washing by hand. A quick dip in cold or luke warm water with very little and mild shampoo is ideal.
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