Sol Alpaca Blog

Sol Alpaca makes winter, comfy
WHY ALPACA FIBER IS A MUST FOR THIS UPCOMING COLD SEASON: With the cold season around the corner, Alpaca fiber is our greatest friend. Warm, soft, and robust, it will comfort you and make the blistering cold of winter days...
Holiday Season 2020: Gifts Made from Soft, Warm & Durable Alpaca Wool
The holiday season is the time of year to show the people in your life how much you care. You share meals and laughter with family and friends, shower each other with gifts.
Fall Transition: The Essentials
You’ve never really experienced a change of seasons until you get a taste of fall in Canada. Not only is it chilly, the weather varies drastically from day to day, from extreme cold to mild, humid weather.
The warmth of the Andes
Where you can look down over the world from the height of the clouds, many gifts from nature provide warmth. From the glimmering sun rays to warm, friendly people who openly share their kindness and gratitude with loved ones. 
4 Ways to Wear a Scarf
 While the scarf is the go-to accessory when the temps drop, it's also a fashion essential that makes your outfits stand out. Why not mix business with pleasure and finish your look with a soft alpaca wool scarf every day of the week?
7 Reasons to Love Alpaca Wool
When the temperature drops, alpaca wool is your new best friend. Warm, soft and robust, it will comfort you, keep you dry, and make the blistering cold of winter days more bearable. Discover the fibre’s numerous qualities and why it should be your go-to.
Reasons Why You Should Knit
Move over Granny! The image of old ladies sitting in rocking chairs, yarn and needles in hand is no longer the accurate portrait for knitting. It’s now considered trendy, and helps us relax and take time for ourselves, as we navigate strange, unprecedented times. Discover 3 good reasons why knitting is good for you.
The History of Alpacas
Native to South America, the alpaca was domesticated by the Incas around 6,000 years ago. We know it’s a bushy animal with a cute face, but where does it live and what is its coat used for? So many questions to be answered...