Meet Alpaca fiber...
Imagine a fiber that is incredibly soft on the skin and luscious to touch. The fiber is extremely strong, yet lightweight. It contains no lanolin and is hypoallergenic.
Though alpaca does offer fantastic wicking properties, it is not 100% waterproof. Alpaca fibers are hollow so it traps more heat and naturally pushes the water away, never allowing wet fabric to sit on the skin. But, the fiber also allows air flow thru the strands to keep the foot cool. They are a “year round sock.” So imagine a hypoallergenic, natural fiber, with the touch of cashmere, and the strength of modern synthetics. Then imagine wrapping yourself in this affordable luxury... every day.
Our in coming organic products are from our farm. The pictures I post of our sheep, Alpacas and llamas you can now have a piece of. It isn’t only awesome to know that people are wearing a product from our farm but, it also helps us keep the rescue farm going. I know that these socks aren’t the price of buying a package of Fruit of the Loom but we are a small farm that has invested big into these animals and cannot charge those prices. We love our animals, and we have been blessed by them probably even more than them by us. We would like for you to fall in love with our animals too even if it’s by way of socks and other products to come. If there’s any questions please ask. 😊Also, if you’d like to purchase a pair or two😉 DM me and I’ll hook ya up with the best socks your feet have ever snuggled into. 👨🏻🌾👩🏻🌾+🦙=🧦
Finally here. This has been a long time in the waiting. Our socks made out of our Alpacas, llamas and sheep! We are excited!
Zedonk. It’s a real thing. I was driving by a farm out in the country and passed this beauty. I of course, in my most tactful nature within me slammed on my brakes and drove in a strangers driveway and demanded info by honking my horn for someone to come out to my car because there was a three inch tall dog ready to devour my ankles for dinner. A frumpy (my style, not knocking it 😉) old lady meets me at my car door and yells at her dog named, Chili Pepper to shut up! 🌶🌶🌶🙅🏻♀️. She proceeds to tell me that what’s out in the pasture is a Zedonk and that there’s only 300 of them in the world and that I’m looking at one..!!! I don’t know if that is even true....but I got some pics of it and that’s pretty cool. Now I need to find a liger. .