Cable Knit Alpaca Throw Mocha
The alpaca is a South American camelid that lives in the heights of the Andes, more than 13,000 feet above sea level. The animal was revered in Inca times and possessed a religious significance; only royalty were allowed to wear the fine textile. Alpaca herds are bred specifically for their fiber, woven into the signature Peruvian textile. This St. Frank throw was knitted in Peru from super-fine Peruvian alpaca. The alpaca is sheared, leaving the animal unharmed and handled ethically.