A to Z Alpaca yarn is 100% Canadian & 100% Alpaca!

Born, raised and milled right here in Alberta Canada!
♥ Hand dyed OOAK (one of a kind) Yarn or Beautiful Natural Shades ♥ Super Soft and Gorgeous ♥

Why Choose Alpaca Yarn??IMG 1280

This highly regarded and much sought after rare Canadian Alpaca fiber and yarns are available in natural color and hand dyed yarn skeins.  Each hand dyed skein is truly one of a kind Alpaca yarn is similar in texture to cashmere. The silky texture is perfect to enhance stitching details of any project. The fiber and yarn is produced with extreme care and conscientiousness to produce the most perfect and debris free fiber and yarns available. Yes! I am OCD with my alpacas and products but I will only produce and sell the highest quality products available! Garments made from Alpaca yarn are up to 8 times warmer than wool, yet light, sumptuous, comfortable and super soft. It also contains no lanolin, therefore is considered hypoallergenic and is a perfect alternative for those who have allergies to sheep's wool!

Why Choose A to Z Alpaca Yarn?? Our affordable alpaca yarn is raised and produced in Canada.. when buying alpaca yarn from Peru or anywhere else across the world you have no idea what you are getting. It may not even be alpaca!.. and even if it is its likely not a fine grade. We use only our premium, luxury soft baby and young adult fiber to produce our alpaca yarn. With over 300 alpacas and over a decade of knowledge we are confident in the quality of our yarns. We LOVE and adore our alpacas and are so grateful to them for donating their fleeces for us. Our customers have described our yarn as squishy, incredibly soft with a perfect halo, very warm and cozy, and easy to work with as the stitches glide along the needle or fingers effortlessly.And did I mention.. oh so SOFT! Perfect for knitting, crochet, weaving or any other yarn project.
But don't take my word for it! Be sure to read what my customers are saying :)

A to Z Alpaca Yarn is available in 20 natural colors and many hand dyed color options!

Please use the links below to hop onto my Etsy Shop where all my yarns are located for sale. Message me with any questions :)


SPECIAL OFFER! We currently have some yarn on cones!


This is a great way to get a lot of yarn for a really big project. 

I currently have the following available. These cones are not on Etsy, you must email me This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to order.

Sock Weight
450 grams 1616 yards $113 (CAD)
434 grams 1558 yards $109 (CAD)
Different batch   Sock Weight
965 grams 3464 yards $241 (CAD)
Bulky Weight
388 grams 514 yards $97 (CAD)
405 grams 537 yards $101 (CAD)
464 grams 615 yards $116 (CAD)
407 grams 539 yards $102 (CAD)
332 grams 440 yards $83 (CAD)
396 grams 525 yards $99 (CAD)
400 grams 530 yards $100 (CAD)
small cones

Lace Weight Alpaca Yarn  Shop for A to Z Alpaca Lace Weight Yarns on Etsy

Our lace weight is a 2 ply yarn with a WPI (wraps per inch) of 29.
The gauge is 9 sts/10 rows = 1"
Recommended Needle Size: 2.5 mm/US 1.5


Sock Weight Alpaca Yarn Shop for A to Z Alpaca Sock Weight Yarns on Etsy

Our sock weight is a 2 ply yarn with a WPI (wraps per inch) of 16
The gauge is 6.5 sts/8 rows = 1"
Recommended Needle Size: 3.5 mm/US 4


Worsted Weight Alpaca Yarn Shop for A to Z Alpaca Worsted Weight Yarns on Etsy

Our worsted weight is a 3 ply yarn with a WPI (wraps per inch) of 15
The gauge is 10 sts/13 rows = 2"
Recommended Needle Size: 4.5 mm/US 7


Bulky Weight Alpaca Yarn Shop for A to Z Alpaca Bulky Weight Yarns on Etsy

Our bulky weight is a 4 ply yarn with a WPI (wraps per inch) of 10.
The gauge is 8 sts/11 rows = 2"
Recommended Needle Size: 5.0 mm/US 8


Chunky Weight Alpaca Yarn Shop for A to Z Alpaca Chunky Weight Yarns on Etsy

Our chunky weight is a 2 ply yarn with a WPI (wraps per inch) of 8
The gauge is: 8 sts/ 8 rows = 2"
Recommended Needle Size: 5.5 mm / US 9 needles

yarn specs


Care instructions: Alpaca yarn is feltable, so gently hand wash in cool water with a mild soap and lay flat to dry. Do not agitate, twist or shock the fibers by placing in cold then hot water or it will felt. Because of the nature of this fiber (its hair shaven from an animal) it is suggested to wash your finished product when blocking. Even though the fiber is washed at the mill before processing it still contains enough to darken clean water so its best to wash your finished products when blocking. The easiest way is to let soak in warm water with a bit of your favorite laundry soap. Let it sit (don't agitate it at all) for half hour or so. Then rinse in cool water. I use my top load washing machine to spin out the excess water and then lay it out flat to dry.

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