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NEAFP

The 'Leaf' Shawl

$129.00

The leaf knit pattern and the Suri Alpaca yarn used for this gorgeous shawl produce an amazingly intricate design that showcases the Suri fiber's natural luster and beautiful drape, all while being soft and luxurious to the touch. Generously sized, this shawl has the warmth and versatility to last you all season long.

  • Dimensions: 22"x 72"
  • Content: 60% U.S. Suri Alpaca, 40% Nylon
  • Hand wash in cold water; air dry flat.
  • Made in the USA by the New England Alpaca Fiber Pool (NEAFP)
  • NEAFP pools alpaca fiber together from thousands of US alpaca farms, including Green River Hollow Farm, to create commercially finished products.
The New England Alpaca Fiber Pool (NEAFP, Pronounced NEEF) is an alpaca fiber processing service that produces U.S. Grown, U.S. made alpaca products. By combining small amounts of fiber from thousands of farms into large lots, they are able to utilize large U.S. commercial manufacturers and take advantage of economies of scale. By doing so, they can offer alpaca farms access to a wide range of professionally made products, at the lowest possible cost and risk.

The leaf knit pattern and the Suri Alpaca yarn used for this gorgeous shawl produce an amazingly intricate design that showcases the Suri fiber's natural luster and beautiful drape, all while being soft and luxurious to the touch. Generously sized, this shawl has the warmth and versatility to last you all season long.

  • Dimensions: 22"x 72"
  • Content: 60% U.S. Suri Alpaca, 40% Nylon
  • Hand wash in cold water; air dry flat.
  • Made in the USA by the New England Alpaca Fiber Pool (NEAFP)
  • NEAFP pools alpaca fiber together from thousands of US alpaca farms, including Green River Hollow Farm, to create commercially finished products.
The New England Alpaca Fiber Pool (NEAFP, Pronounced NEEF) is an alpaca fiber processing service that produces U.S. Grown, U.S. made alpaca products. By combining small amounts of fiber from thousands of farms into large lots, they are able to utilize large U.S. commercial manufacturers and take advantage of economies of scale. By doing so, they can offer alpaca farms access to a wide range of professionally made products, at the lowest possible cost and risk.