100% Baby Alpaca San Diego
Composition: 100% Baby
Alpaca, all natural, Hypoallergenic and Eco-friendly
Sensation: Soft to the touch
Produced: Artisan made on hand looms and hand finished
Size: 51" W
x 71" L (130 cm x 180 cm)
Lbs. (582 grams), medium weight all season throw blanket
A beautiful traditionally
designed 100% Baby Alpaca San Diego Herringbone throw / afghan is
from very soft and warm Baby Alpaca fiber. Alpaca fiber, unlike
Cashmere, is luxuriously
soft, extremely durable and will last generations (see Alpaca
fiber facts below). It is
a medium weight, all season, throw providing a warm and cozy user
experience. Traditionally woven, broad color selection and
relaxed. This beautiful throw can
and brighten any room in your home. It has an excellent soft
feel. Makes for excellent gifts for family, friends or
This cozy throw measures a comfortably large 51" W
x 71" L (130 cm x 180 cm) and serves as a medium weight throw for extra
warmth in any season.
Blankets and throws are all natural fibers
of a single farmed and produced herd of Peruvian Alpaca.
There are no synthetic fibers or chemical dyes used for our
throws or blankets. The farm and production has been proudly
"green" operated for the last 30+ years.
A few Alpaca Facts:
- Quality keepsake throws
- More durable than Cashmere
- Soft and warm, winter weight all season throw
- Cuddly soft Peruvian Alpaca
- All natural, no synthetics or chemical dyes.
fiber is one of the world's finest animal fibers and prized by
clothiers and fashion designers worldwide. Alpaca's develop a
single coat which lacks "guard hairs", that is found on wool and other
animals. Wool has guard hairs (wool itch factor) which are
coarser than the soft undercoat which it is designed to protect.
Alpaca's single coat is extremely soft which can be worn next
the skin without irritation. Alpaca fibers are semi-hollow;
giving Alpaca fiber added insulation value over wool and other fibers.
Alpaca's semi-hollow fiber provides a user with more heat
retention in cold and cooling dynamics during hot seasons.