Cactus Alpaca Blanket
Cactus Alpaca Blanket
Designed in Fort Collins, CO and handmade in Ecuador by local artisans. This ultra-soft blanket is made with blended Alpaca wool. It is unlike anything you have ever experienced- so cozy!!
Each blanket features unique and vibrant designs adding beauty and color to every situation the blanket is placed. The large size allows for multiple people to come together and make memories. This can be used as a throw or fits a Queen sized bed. The perfect camp, picnic, or all purpose blanket made for any adventure.
- 50% Alpaca Wool 50% Ultra-soft acrylic material with recycled content
- Reversible design and color
- Approximately Queen size- 90"" x 78”
- Lightweight for year round versatility
- Large size big enough to share
- Artisan Made in Ecuador on 100 year-old looms
- Cashmere-like softness
- Sustainably sourced
- Naturally-insulating super-warm fibers
- Hypoallergenic. Machine wash.
About Alpaca Threadz
Alpaca Threadz all started on the idea to support local Andean cultures amongst the 2020 pandemic that swept the globe. LeAnn also the owner of an adventure travel company, was forced to put her thriving travel business on hold in March of 2020, her energy shifted to finding a way to support the indigenous communities that had also been impacted by the shutdown of tourism, which was the main source of income for these communities in Peru and Ecuador. From this Alpaca Threadz was born.
Alpaca Threadz is a fair trade and ethical company seeking to support Andean Artisan communities who handcraft alpaca wool blankets, clothing and accessories in remote regions of Ecuador and Peru. We connect clients & retailers around the world interested in connecting with and creating social progress for these indigenous people. Through this connection, Alpaca Threadz aims to support this amazing culture and preserve the production of these textiles and the tradition of utilizing the highest grade fibers on the planet that can only come from Alpacas.
Additionally, Alpaca Threadz gives back an additional 10% of profits back to these local families to provide support to keep these localized businesses running. Setting a trajectory of growth for these small artisan communities and families.