Everything Alpaca designs, develops and manufactures fine apparel, accessories, knitted and woven fabrics, collectibles, souvenirs and fine gifts for women and men in our design facilities in Arequipa, Peru. We focus on meeting the highest quality standards for our customers can be satisfied with our products.
Everything Alpaca manufactures innovative fabrics for women's and men's clothing from fine Royal Alpaca, Baby Alpaca and natural fibers blends geared towards and sold to manufacturers of luxury goods, designers and tailors.
Everything Alpaca stock service offers the finest Royal and Baby alpaca yarns and tops to knitwear designers, manufactures, specialized yarn stores as well as final Everything Alpaca retail customers.
Everything Alpaca is pleased to offer traditional Andean inspired apparel and accessories made with Alpaca, wool and blended fabrics to specialized wholesale distributors and Everything Alpaca retail customers.
The alpaca is the lord of the Peruvian Andes. There are more than four million alpacas in Perú where, since the earliest times, the species has shared its existence with people of the Andean steppes, people who are the traditional herdsmen of these useful animals.
There is no other natural fibre that occurs in so many different colours. Each animal produces a fleece weighing between 1,5 and 2,0 kilos and average fibre fineness varies between 15 and 28 microns. This makes alpaca a favourite material for handcrafted or industrial textiles, either pure or in blends.
Alpaca has been used in textiles for millennia in the Andes Mountains of South América and tought-out recent history by the most discriminating designing houses on the planet. Alpaca is synonym of excellence, comfort, softest, durability and luxury.
Uses the highes quality alpaca available, less than 10% of all the raw Alpaca fiber qualifies to be used by our company in our line of knitwear garments and fabrics. Consistently we utilize the finest (< 3% availability) Royal Baby Alpaca.
Alpaca is a South American camelid related to the vicuña, llama and guanaco. Alpacas are domesticated animals that live at high altitudes on the Andes in South America at 12000 ft above sea level. Peru is the largest producer of Alpaca fiber in the world as it holds 86% of the alpaca population worldwide.