EVENTS & NEWS
FIBER & PRODUCTS
We hope you find this new website as clean and clear as we intended. We owe a HUGE thank-you
It took us a while to figure out a cost-effective way
The Heartfelt crew was saddened to learn that Gary Zeilinger, an owner of Zeilinger Wool and all-around good egg, passed away unexpectedly
Heartfelt Alpaca Creations was selected for the 2017 Best of Columbia Award in the Farm Shop category
The local paper did a nice job of covering our event on Small Business Saturday, 2017 - fun pictures, too! Click here to check it out!
One of the students at the University of Missouri's famous School of Journalism did a nice little piece on Heartfelt. Check it out here!
PurelyAlpaca is a company which started from a picture
Alpacas d'Auxvasse is a small farm just east of Auxvasse, Missouri, owned by our friend Ann Mayes. Breeding suri and huacaya alpaca
Not only does Auggie’s carry the best in Australian Merino Sheepskin , they offer a large assortment of
Even though they are in the same family, Camelidae, alpacas and llamas are used for different purposes
Do they tear up the landscape? What about agricultural run-off from
What do they eat? How much time do they take? Are they disease prone?
How big are they? Are they mean? Do they spit?
What are the benefits of using felted alpaca dryer balls? How do they work?
Once the fiber is sorted, but before we ship it to the mill, we tumble it in small batches in a big
Ancestors of the alpacas raised by Heartfelt's owners were domesticated some six or seven thousand years ago, when the first hieroglyphs
Sorting the fiber can seem kind of overwhelming when you
Heartfelt products begin with an alpaca like Cindy Lou Who, our mascot. Sometime in the spring–usually April or May–
While the Incans were expert weavers and bred for extremely fine alpaca fleece, Heartfelt's products have roots in other cultures
Why alpaca? Simple: fiber qualities. Alpaca fiber is all natural and biodegradable