From November Newsletter – Alpaca

$220.00

Hand-painting scarf – From November Newsletter/ I visited an alpaca farm in Earleville, Maryland. I drew My thoughts and images on my scarves.

Cashmere 50% and Merino Wool 50% blended.

– Do not machine wash or tumble dry.
– Prefer to dry clean. Or Gentle wash in cold water with using delicate detergents.
– Dry in shade
– Do not iron directly, place a cloth in between the scarf and iron.

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$220.00

Hand-painting scarf – From November Newsletter/ I visited an alpaca farm in Earleville, Maryland. I drew My thoughts and images on my scarves.

Cashmere 50% and Merino Wool 50% blended.

– Do not machine wash or tumble dry.
– Prefer to dry clean. Or Gentle wash in cold water with using delicate detergents.
– Dry in shade
– Do not iron directly, place a cloth in between the scarf and iron.

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Alpaca from Yuh Okano’s October Newsletter 2021

I visited an alpaca farm in Earleville, Maryland.

Long-necked alpacas––covered with fluffy, soft hair in brown, white, or black––were hanging out there comfortably. They were very calm and clean, and their huge marble-like eyes shimmered as though I could look through them. One of the brown alpacas approached me, and I was allowed to touch it. It had a muscular body covered with soft and smooth hair, which was very nice to touch. There was no unpleasant smell, so I instinctively buried my face in its hair and enjoyed the texture. It was a blissful, genuine 100% alpaca experience.

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