warm & cozy knits by the style files - so much to like about this site. Lovely contrast of materials with knitted covers and nateral timbers. These would perfectly match the skills of Mr & Mrs Lavender.
The Huacayo is the more numerous type in Perú, representing 93% of the population, and has relatively short fiber which is dense, curly and voluminous.
Mother & daughter
The alpaca is usually 1,20m to 1,50m in height, and weighs between 45kg and 79kg.
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MISS NOVEMBER - is intrepid and adventurous. She loves to travel through the Peruvian Andes and discover the lakes, mountains and mysteries they conceal.
MISS APRIL - is mysterious, with a penchant for wandering off on her own, well away from her companions. She enjoys peace and quiet and takes life patiently.
MISS SEPTEMBER - is cultured and very studious. She uses her spare time at Pacomarca to research and carry out projects for improving the quality of life of rural families.
MISS AUGUST - is haughty and confident. In her free time she exercises by strolling through the pasture. As a member of the suri breed, she takes great care of her shiny, silky hair.
MISS JUNE - is young and ambitious. Despite her humble origins, she knows she has what it takes to display herself on the world's most prestigious catwalks.
MISS MAY - is elegant and very refined. She loves to have her hair combed and be fussed over as she feels she has a right to be spoiled.
MISS FEBRUARY - is vegetarian and defends sustainable lifestyles by feeding only on the natural pasture of the Peruvian Andes and using very little water.
MISS JANUARY - Enjoys sunny afternoons resting out on the grass at Pacomarca. Quiet days when there isn't much to do are her favorites.
Pacomarca Alpaca Farm, Peru
MISS DECEMBER - is young and idealist. She enjoys morning hikes in the Andes and drinking spring-water. If she could ask for a wish, it would be definitely world peace.