The softest and most comfortable throws are made from one hundred percent baby alpaca. This is the softest type of fur available. The fiber is exceptionally fine hence the softness and has no correlation to the age of the alpaca. The throws will offer a wonderfully soft feel to the body and gives the warmth we need. The quality is very lustrous, fine, and genteel. Alpaca has a very wide range of decorative fabric for bed linen or couches and will fit everyone’s taste.
The products come in an array of natural shades to fit any color theme and style. Even with the variety, these fibers are very easy at dyeing in case one wants to change their color. They also come in patterns and even bold colors to fit every taste. Its most popular neutral colors are black, light charcoal, grey, dark brown, light brown, and ivory. Some others colors available are pearl green, wheat, khaki, tan, and brown.
The natural glow of the alpaca fur enhances its color. This makes it a very good and lovely addition to any room. When spread over a bed, chair, or couch, bold colors work best. These colors include navy and light blue, shades of red, pink, or green. They are meant to lighten and liven up a room and to warm up beds and couches.
Striped baby alpaca throws are also available for those that have a taste for that kind of stuff. Some people do not prefer solid colors, which is where striped or dotted patterns come in. The fabric is very warm and cozy; its soft texture makes it good for babies because their skin is sensitive. Due to their durability, these throws can last for several years. There is no need to worry about them getting worn out or tearing since the fiber is very durable.
Baby alpaca fur makes for some of the most luxurious fabrics around. Its decorative features make it very conducive for home use. The warmth of these throws is irreplaceable in the winter and autumn seasons. Be it day or night, this is a must have for everyone. Other than warming our feet and beds, these throws are very good decorative pieces for the home. Alpaca throws have, over the years, been the favorite for families who know what quality is. Synthetic fabrics have flooded the market in the past few years due to their low prices. They, however, do not compare at all to the natural fibers derived from Alpaca. They have very poor durability and fire resistance, making them very dangerous near fireplaces. They are not as warm as natural alpaca fur either.