Southern Alpacas in New Zealnd offer their quality fibre to handspinners. Their website includes helpful information for spinning and blending alpaca with other fibres to create special yarns.
Beartooth Spinning Ewe
Trudy and Rey Shunk breed llamas and tell a story about the birth of Armond. They also offer processed llama fiber and spun yarns.
Blackmoor Vale Alpacas
Blackmoor Vale in South West of England, breeds alpacas and offers clients with all the services required to set up their own successful alpaca enterprise.
Cottonwood Farm Alpacas
A rainbow of coloured alpaca clouds await the handspinner. Fawn, cinnamon, rose grey, white brown and black provide fibre for those who insist on quality.
You Tube - Alpaca Preparation
Llama wool is soft and warm and has no lanolin, perfect for handspinning.
Designingfibers has both raw and clean llama fiber for handspinners, their own handspun yarns, and other supplies for the weaver or knitter.
Heartland Country Store
Alpaca fiber was called the "Fiber of the Gods" by the ancient Inca civilization. Heartland Ranch has a wide variety of alpaca fiber, yarn and other products.
Llama Question & Answer Page
Mountain Lehman Llamas, answers various questions like: What are their feet like? Do they spit? and Could I have one as a pet?
Lone Juniper Ranch Alpacas
Lone Juniper Ranch has a web cam located in one of their barns and the photo is updated every 5 minutes.
Misty Hill Farm
Both millspun and handspun alpaca yarns, in a rainbow of colours.
One of the oldest alpaca ranches in the U.S has lovely alpaca yarns, sweaters and other products.