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Classic Alpaca

Alpaca Fur Sheep

$60.00

Pair with: and

This 14-inch, incredibly plush sheep feels like fluffy clouds of huacaya alpaca softness. Each wonderful little sheep is handmade to be the perfect size for cuddling. Lovingly stuffed and stitched by hand in fair-trade workshops in Peru, this sheep makes the perfect children's gift or nursery decoration.

  • Made of 100% baby alpaca fur with an embroidered nose, mouth and safety eyes.
  • Exterior wash only
  • Cruelty-free alpaca fur
  • Fair Trade from Peru

These beautiful animals are hand-made, heirloom collection-quality items and make great companions for those who play gently—please avoid rough and tumble play, tugging, stretching, etc. Not suitable for children under 3 years.

Classic Alpaca produces hand knit, traditional woven and machine-knit alpaca garments from their facilities in both Peru and Lima, with workshops of over 80 local women working in specialized production areas. Their handmade products are crafted by artisans using knitting skills passed down through generations with alpaca fiber that promotes sustainable agriculture in the& Peruvian Andes and beyond.

This 14-inch, incredibly plush sheep feels like fluffy clouds of huacaya alpaca softness. Each wonderful little sheep is handmade to be the perfect size for cuddling. Lovingly stuffed and stitched by hand in fair-trade workshops in Peru, this sheep makes the perfect children's gift or nursery decoration.

  • Made of 100% baby alpaca fur with an embroidered nose, mouth and safety eyes.
  • Exterior wash only
  • Cruelty-free alpaca fur
  • Fair Trade from Peru

These beautiful animals are hand-made, heirloom collection-quality items and make great companions for those who play gently—please avoid rough and tumble play, tugging, stretching, etc. Not suitable for children under 3 years.

Classic Alpaca produces hand knit, traditional woven and machine-knit alpaca garments from their facilities in both Peru and Lima, with workshops of over 80 local women working in specialized production areas. Their handmade products are crafted by artisans using knitting skills passed down through generations with alpaca fiber that promotes sustainable agriculture in the& Peruvian Andes and beyond.