Alpaca Weaving Yarn ~ Whole Wheat

A pale brown alpaca weaving yarn the color of whole wheat toast.

Soft and warm, alpaca is the fiber of choice for weavers looking for a touch of luxury in a special scarf, shawl, or blanket. 

  • 1 kg cones
  • approximately 3,800 yards
  • 10-16 epi
  • suitable for warp and weft
  • rigid heddle or multi-shaft loom 

Hand wash in cool water, air dry. Use a warm iron to finish. 

Made in Peru.

Customer Reviews

Based on 79 reviews
Alpaca Ascots

I love this yarn! It is so soft and warm. I’m weaving scarves for the men with it on a new lap-sized loom. I’ll post pictures when they’re finished.

Love natural fibers

I am making the alpaca poncho using the black and heather grey alpaca. It weaves beautifully. I encountered a problem shortly after beginning the second half. I noticed my warp was loosening in some places but very tight in other places. I ended up cutting off the first panel and rewarping. That is when I realized static was causing issues when I wound on. I googled for some help. I kept a damp washcloth nearby and would gently swipe my wet hand over the yarn as it wrapped. It turned out beautifully and I can’t wait to give my daughter her poncho.

Soft, beautiful

I’ve just started weaving with this gorgeous alpaca. It is so soft, feels great on my fingers. Not sticky at all. The peacock colour glows. I’m so glad there is so much on the cone, I already have my next project with it planned photo is this alpaca with cloud and denim silk warp


This is exquisite weaving yarn. I couldn't be happier and will order more. Thank you.

Beautiful alpaca yarn

I purchased graphite and cream. I had no problem with color transfer. So far I've made 2 plain weave scarves on my rigid heddle loom, at 12 epi. They are beautifully soft. Planning to order more colors. The only issue I had was that it really resists holding a knot, and I had to rethink my twisted fringe after washing.