A belt woven on the traditional backstrap loom can take as long as four days to complete.
Llama wool is naturally hypoallergenic because it contains almost no Lanolin and can be worn by babies and those with allergies to sheep’s wool.
Weaving a blanket on the backstrap loom can take over a week to complete.
Llamas and Alpacas were domesticated in South America over 4000 years ago and were central to the success of the Incan empire.
Llama fiber is warm like sheep’s wool but is lighter in weight and does not shrink.