Silver Sun Alpacas - Handspun, Spinning Fiber, Batts, Yarns, Spindles, Handpainted, Roving



She saw her first alpaca in 2004. It was love at first sight. After one year full of research and visiting different alpaca ranches, she purchased her first females. A year later, they moved from a big city to a small rural town, and were able to house their alpacas in their own pastures.

Silver Sun Alpacas is located in the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley in Southern California, nestled on 5 flat acres, among California's famous wineries.
Silver Sun Alpacas breeds and raises alpacas with the finest bloodlines.
Their goal is to offer buyers quality and healthy alpacas at affordable prices. They are determined to provide the best possible service, dedication, and ongoing support to their customers, and to continue this tradition for many generations.

Silver Sun offers a selection of raw fiber, hand spun and mill processed yarns and handmade knits used from their own alpacas' fiber. She also likes to hand-dye and make beautiful batts on her drum carder and hand-spin on her Kromski, Minstrel.



At Silver Sun Alpacas Etsy and Artfire stores, you will find Alpaca yarn, Handspun yarn, Drum card's batts, handpainted roving, and handpainted alpaca yarn, all made with love.

Spinners and knitters, if spinning is not your cup'o'tea and you like to work with her batt, she will be delighted to spin it for you. Contact her through her Etsy store at www.silversunalpacas.etsy.com.

She has been portrayed twice in the "Daily Chum - A Daily Dose of Fibermania" in the articles "ESotD: Silver Sun Alpacas" and "Spinning: Beautiful Batts". Additionally she entertains her own blog "Silver Sun Alpacas" where you can find out all about alpacas, creations, muses and fiber art.

Join her Ravelry group or follow SilverSunFibers on Twitter for shop updates and she is proud to be a contributor to Phat Fiber Sample Box. Become a Fan of Silver Sun Alpacas on Facebook and check out her wonderful photostream on Flickr.





Location: Santa Ynez, California, USA

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2 comments:

breezehillfarm said...

Love your article on Silver Sun Alpacas, very nice. I also just found your blog and I've Bookmarked it..I could get lost in here for hours!! - MaLinda

La Cheapa De Luxe said...

I feel the same way. At least now that I am writing the blog I have an excuse to do it. ;)