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Downloadable Content for Alpaca Farms and More!

by Michelle Just


Hoping to share this graphic on social media? Find it here on Facebook, or download a full-size, printer-friendly version at the bottom of this article!


We’re often asked whether alpaca farmers can use our photos and descriptions of NEAFP products on their personal pages. The answer is always a resounding YES! Part of our job is to make it easier for you, the alpaca farmer, to successfully run the fiber side of your business.

We know you’re busy tending your herd, taking inventory of your products, and arranging your next market, so it might not always be easy to photograph products or create business collateral. In addition to creating our new Marketing & Collateral section of the website (which can be viewed when signed into your shopping account) we have some exciting things in store for 2019.

Keep your eyes peeled for updated product photography, continued product spotlights, and printable posters.

Our educational “Alpacas & The Camelidae Family” Poster is free for you to print and post at your farm or in your shop!

Download the printer-friendly file here!

New Product: Alpaca Mocks Now Available!

by Michelle Just

Introducing Alpaca Mocks...

... Just in time for Spring!

After the overwhelming success of our BACKPACA Sock, we knew our next sock needed to be another all-season sock that is as versatile as you are! Rather than reinventing the wheel we took inspiration from our Alpaca Glittens to create a truly transformative sock: the Mock!

Our Alpaca Mocks feature a ribbed knit along the top of the foot and up the calf and Terry loop construction along the sole of the foot provides cushion, padding, and comfort where it's most needed. Our new open toe design allows each toe to rest comfortably with support, while maximizing breathability. An adjustable toe flap can be used for added warmth or removed for easy access during your favorite activities.

Perfect your pedi! You’ll be nice and warm in your Mocks. As an added bonus - your toes will stay separated for easy polishing!

Mocks are perfect for those unpredictable spring days, allowing you to keep your feet covered in the cool mornings, and let them free to feel the warmth of the sun in the afternoon. Flip flop wearer all year? Add the perfect cushion without sacrificing your signature style.

Contents: 78% U.S. Alpaca, 20% Nylon, and 2% Lycra.

Care Instructions: See Label

Fiber Requirement: 0.6 lb Prime

Suggested Retail Value: $38.00

Get yours just in time for April Fool’s Day!




Article: Alpacas are STILL Seriously Trending!

by Michelle Just

Although it might seem like yesterday, it has been almost two years since our article “Alpacas are SERIOUSLY Trending!” If you paid any attention to social media, local events, or mainstream news, you probably realized that alpacas are no passing fad-- they continue to captivate audiences across media platforms.

If you didn’t take our advice then, it’s not too late! Alpacas are more popular than ever and as an alpaca farmer, you are in the perfect position to take advantage of the ongoing buzz!

From clothing for all ages, to artwork, office supplies, and toys, alpacas are a hot commodity.


Roses, chocolates, and… an alpaca-gram? A Peruvian hotel garnered international attention when it advertised that Panchita, an adorable cria, would be sending out a select number of personalized “alpaca-grams” on Valentine’s Day. Increasingly, alpacas have become linked to romance and romantic gestures. Celebrity Hilary Duff shared her beloved Valentine’s gift with social media: an alpaca named Ivan, and soon received over 240,000 likes on Instagram.

So maybe you’ve brought your alpacas to a market event, but a wedding? Yes, alpaca weddings are still all the rage. Whether you simply offer use of your farm as a backdrop for photography or find ways to involve your animals in the big day, 2019 is a great time to explore opportunities in the wedding and event planning business. Not only could this be a great revenue stream, it's also a creative way to bring your farm more exposure, and boost sales for your fiber products!


#weddinggoals: Check out more gorgeous photos of Danika Hoo-Fatt's Big Day


Perhaps you're unlucky in love... No worries! Alpacas have also made an appearance outside of the wedding industry. Rosebud Alpacas in South Molton, Devon, England went viral for offering alpaca yoga classes, in addition to alpaca walking, alpaca picnics, camping, alpaca art and photography sessions, and alpaca meditation. Alpaca yoga is also popular on this side of the pond. Our friends at Grist Mill Farm Alpacas and Island Alpaca Co. have tried out yoga in the barnyard.

Here is a video of what appears to be a widely successful Alpaca yoga event at 313 Farms.

Alpaca Yoga from Layer Video Imagery on Vimeo.


At the recent AOA National Alpaca Show in Denver, visitors could enjoy both alpaca yoga classes and an alpaca selfie booth! Apparently, the selfie booth at the show was so popular in recent years that it wrapped around the building! The more photo-ops you have on your farm, the more potential social media exposure you'll get!


(Speaking of selfie booths, come to our booth at the next show and take a photo with Backpaca Jack!)

Your Turn!

So, how can you easily capitalize on the overwhelming popularity of the alpacas online?

If you haven’t jumped on the alpaca social media marketing train, then it is time to consider starting both a Facebook and Instagram page for your farm.

(Looking for inspiration? Check out Good Karma Ranch Alpacas, River Hill Ranch, and Borgstein Alpacas just to name a few! All three post great content often in the form of photos or videos, stay active with their followers, and are smart about tagging content!)

Although they may seem to serve the same purpose, Facebook and Instagram attract two different markets, with some overlap. Facebook's interactivity attracts a slightly older demographic, while Instagram is much more popular with the younger crowd. A Facebook page is a great place to begin, but venturing onto Instagram can bring in an entirely new market of influencers who are more than willing to share your content across the platform.

The key to success on Instagram is not only the strength of your content, but how you share it using hashtags. These hashtags allow for users to find material relevant to their interests. We’ve created a handy cheat sheet to get you started!  Next time you share a photo of an alpaca, a product, your farm, or a day in the life, think about adding some of these hashtags to boost your search and get more views! 

We hope that these Business Resource Blog Posts have been helpful. Is there a topic you'd like us to cover in a future post? Write to us at


New Product: LOVE Alpaca and Mother Nature's Finest Fiber Tee Shirts now available!


Introducing Two New Product additions to

our Gifts and Accessories Category

Part of our Gifts and Accessories Category (Login Required)

After launching our Gift and Accessory category last year we had many requests for the LOVE Alpaca Mandala and Mother Natures Finest Fiber designs to be printed on tee shirts and we are excited to officially launch them!

We are thrilled to begin offering both designs on a U.S. made t-shirt! The designs are printed on combed ring spun jersey knit cotton tees, giving them a super soft and vintage feel. Unisex, adult sizing available in SM, MED, LRG and XL - see the size chart to find your perfect fit.

Purchase 1 for yourself or take advantage of quantity discounts and begin offering them to your customers!

Quantity discounts automatically apply to same design, can be mixed sizing.

Suggested Retail: $24

Fine Jersey Tee Specs

  • Set on rib collar
  • Double needle sleeve hem & bottom hem
  • Tape shoulder to shoulder
  • Side seamed
  • 4.4oz sq/yard fine cotton jersey
  • 100% Cotton

Brands with similar fit: American Apparel, Bella + Canvas, Anvil Fashion-Fit

Designed by NEAFP

Cut, Sewn, and Printed in New England, USA


The March 2019 NEAFP Note is here!


Spring, is that you?

“Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of slush.”
Doug Larson

Alpaca Farms are coming off their best Winter sales season ever, and with the help of some cold wind, ice, and snow, that growth has continued through the new year. Rumors of 50 degree days on the horizon, along with a little taste of sun and all the mud an alpaca farmer could want, mean that it's (almost) time to hang up that puffy winter coat for the morning barn chores.

With the promise of Spring just around the corner and shearing season fast approaching, we wanted to talk about ways to continue this forward sales momentum through the warmer months. Over 50% of alpaca farm's revenue from product sales come in the last 6 weeks of the year, so we could always use more ways and products to increase that cash flow in the leaner warmer months.

Although alpaca is synonymous with warmth and selling a Snowflake PomPom Hat in July is almost impossible, alpaca farms aren't without their options.

Please take a minute to dive head first into the rest of this extensive NEAFP Note filled with new products and tools to continue your business's growth through the warmer months!

Read the entire March 2019 NEAFP Note here!


Article: Let's Get Personal: Expanding your Inventory with Product Personalization

by Michelle Just

Spring is just around the corner… but the warmer weather shouldn’t mean it’s time to pack up your alpaca products!

Over the past year or so, we’ve been trying to make it easier for you to sell alpaca-related goods all year-round. In 2018 we not only debuted our extremely versatile Backpaca Sock, but also our Alpaca Gifts & Accessories category which includes customizable keychains in addition to pins and totebags for the alpaca lover in all of us. Perhaps you’ve bought a button or two, or you’ve seen our canvas totes at a show. We’ve put together a few ways you can really capitalize on these products to make them stand out and grab attention without much extra effort!

1. Live in Color


Coloring books are all the rage, so perhaps we’re not the only ones who think the Mandala Alpaca design would be a perfect coloring candidate! Currently available on our Mandala Magnet and our Love Mandala Shoulder Tote Bag, this alpaca is a blank canvas for you or your customers to embellish as you wish. Before your next farmer’s market, get to your nearest craft store and grab some fabric markers and paint and have some fun! Turning these items into a customizable experience is a great way to grab customers.

Do you hold events on your farm? How awesome would a magnet decorating station be during an open house?


DIY Colorful Custom Tote

What you’ll need:
-1 Shoulder Tote Bag
-Fabric Markers or Fabric Paint (We used Stained by Sharpie Brush Tip Fabric Markers)


2. Pom Pom On


Sometimes adding a pom pom onto a hat can take it to new heights (literally!) A pom pom is a great way to bring additional colors and textures into your stock. Our popular BOLD Cable Knit Beanie is NEAFP's take on the classically stylish cable knit hat. We added a pom pom, made out of our Unicorn Yarn, to give it a totally different personality: from classically chic to youthful and trendy! 

While they may look complicated, pom poms are not that difficult to make. There are ready-made tools designed to help you, but it’s easy enough to make one with some cardboard, scissors, and yarn! ...And you're not limited to putting them on hats. Pom poms have popped up lately on all kinds of clothing and accessories: even keychains!



3. Pin it to Win it



Wondering how to use NEAFP’s buttons and pins? Their simplicity makes them extremely versatile! The LOVE Alpaca Hat / Lapel Pin uses a clutch back and is a great choice for bags, garments, and even homemade brooches! LOVE Alpaca Buttons can be sewn onto products for decoration, or as an actual closure of course! Alpaca buttons can also be used for all kinds of craft projects, including cute handmade bracelets. (Extra credit if you use felted Alpaca beads!)


DIY Button Wrap Bracelet

What you’ll need:

-1 Alpaca Button (Customized, if you’d like!)
-Twine or yarn (We used DK Weight Unicorn Yarn)


What now? Think outside the box and get a little personal with your products! We hope that these Business Resource Blog Posts have been helpful. Is there a topic you'd like us to cover in a future post? Write to us at


Our *NEW* DK Knitter's Yarn is now available!


Our New DK Knitter's Yarn is officially on the website and ready to ship!

This new All Natural DK Weight Knitter's Yarn is made using U.S. Grown Alpaca blended with U.S. Merino Wool. It's soft, warm, and cozy and the DK weight is fast knitting and perfect for a wide range of patterns.

Skeins are 3.5 oz and approximately 185 yards each. This yarn is a 2 ply, giving it nice hand and improved strength for a wide variety of projects.

Soft, smooth, and bright - a truly beautiful yarn!

Contents: 70% US Alpaca, 30% US Merino

Needle Size: 9-10

Product Spotlight: Big Cable Alpaca Blanket

by Michelle Just


February is a month for romance, hot cocoa by the fire, and cozy afternoons with a good book. Treat yourself, or someone you love to the luxury of our Big Cable Alpaca Blanket, made out of Mother Nature’s Finest U.S.A. Alpaca Fiber.


For our Big Cable Alpaca Blanket, we started with the warmest, softest, most comfortable all natural fiber grown in the country, U.S. Alpaca.
The natural breathability and moisture wicking properties of the alpaca combined with the loft of the oversized cable knit pattern make a blanket that will keep you warm and comfy year round. Hearkening to throws found in the finest of hotels, its generous size, hefty weight, and lush texture, make it perfect for layering over a bed, or draping over a loveseat or sectional.

The alpaca fiber in this blanket is grown across the U.S. on alpaca farms and spun into yarn in a century old spinning mill in Massachusetts. The alpaca yarn is knit into fabric in a 3rd generation knitting mill in New Jersey. Once knit, the blankets head back to us here in the Spindle City, Fall River, MA, where we cut, sew, and finish these beautiful blankets.
The evident quality and finesse of this heirloom blanket truly adds more “home” to your house, making it the perfect gift for someone who has it all and appreciates the best. The Big Cable Alpaca Blanket is available in a beautiful natural white and a rich fawn, both sure to complement any decor. The only problem? You may find that you want to keep the Big Cable Alpaca Blanket all for yourself!


New Video: Life is an Adventure - Formally introducing our BACKPACA Sock


Life is an Adventure: Introducing the BACKPACA Sock

Alpaca Lightweight Hiker Made in USA


Introducing our new BACKPACA Sock - A lightweight micro cushion hiker sock Made in the USA, using U.S. Grown Alpaca Fiber.

Made for US Alpaca Farms by the New England Alpaca Fiber Pool Inc. (NEAFP)

Let us know what adventure our socks take you on - Use hashtag #backpacajack !

Available at an alpaca farm near you :

Article: Promoting Your Brand through Product Styling and Photography - Part 2

by Michelle Just

Part 2 of 2: Capturing and Editing Better Product Photos for the Internet

As we discussed in Part 1, product photography begins before you even pick up the camera. Great compositions rely on dynamic product styling, which can only be successful with some understanding of your brand, products, and target market. Once you have the perfect composition, you can move on to the technical part: product photography.

Taking Great Photos

While a DSLR camera is ideal for photographing products (and taking great shots of your alpacas!) the best camera is the one you know and understand. Recent advances in mobile technology mean you can rely on your phone to take decent photos. Regardless of the camera you choose, you can create simple backdrops at home without needing dedicated studio space.

All you need to take good flatlay and seamless photography at home are a few pieces of posterboard, a box, and a some objects you likely have around the house!

1. Flatlay Photography

You may be asking, what is flatlay photography? It is an extremely popular style of photography and one of our favorite techniques at NEAFP. You simply shoot your subject directly from above, with the lens parallel to the object. We used flatlay photography for our Cozy Baby Blanket photo, as well as many of the photos in our 12 Days of Christmas campaign. So, how can you achieve similar results?

Flatlay Photography Tips:

  • Nature’s Finest: Utilize Natural Light. A large window or even an open doorway makes the best photo lamp. Diffuse the light with a plain white curtain or sheet, if needed. A piece of posterboard or foil wrapped cardboard can make a perfect light reflector.
  • Backdrops Count: Place a piece of posterboard mat side up with the object you are photographing on top of it. Experiment with different backdrops: different colored paper, wood, or marble, to change the mood of the photograph.
  • Posture Matters: Shoot the object from above. Use a stepstool to get above the object so that the lens of the camera is parallel to it.

Suprisingly Simple Flatlay Photography:

I took one our Mandala Magnets and put it to the test. Rather than shooting with the photo lights we typically use in the NEAFP photo room, I found a nearby window for some natural light. Using my cell phone (iPhone SE) and some cardstock and tape from my desk, I found I was able to take some decent photos!

Here is my setup, next to a window. You can see that I am looking straight down at the Mandala Magnet. Even unedited, the magnet jumps right off the white background, but we can make it even better!


2. Seamless Photography

Seamless photography is best for objects that stand upright, or can be propped up. At NEAFP, we often use lightboxes made specifically for photographers that provide a seamless background on which we can shoot our photographs. We commonly utilize seamless backgrounds for our sock product photos, using mannequins to ensure that they stand upright.

Seamless Photography Tips:

  • Get Swept Away: The most important part of seamless photography is your “sweep”: a piece of paper or white poster board that you tape up and let slope under your object, creating a seamless background.
  • Shine On: Again, lighting is key to getting your photos “right.” Find a place in your house with good natural light, or utilize lamps if you are using a homemade light box.
  • A Little Redirection: Make sure you keep a piece of posterboard or foil wrapped cardboard handy to use as a light reflector.

Suprisingly Simple Seamless Photography:

This time, we moved our cardstock to the wall to create a gentle "sweep" for our Alpaca Keychain to sit on. You can see that the paper makes a perfect background with nothing to distract the eye from your product! 

If you’d like something a little more permanent, a cardboard box can be converted into a great seamless lightbox by putting in parchment paper light panels! Even without a cardboard box, you can still make a photography sweep to take product photos.


3. Don't Forget to Edit!

After you’ve taken your photos, it’s easy enough to post them on your website or social media. Taking a few minutes to edit your photos can make a world of difference!

  • Crop it: Regardless of the camera or software you have at your disposal, crop your photos!
  • Just the Right Bright: Basic editing software will allow you to adjust the brightness and contrast of your photographs. Your final photos should be bright but not washed out and have no distracting shadows.
  • Experiment: Play around with the settings on your editing software (or even your phone) to increase interest and clarity in your product photos.

I brightened up the original Mandala Magnet photo in Adobe Photoshop, the leading software for computer graphics editing. I could have also used my phone interface to make simple lighting adjustments, but since I wanted to add the mandalas to the photo background, I edited the brightness and contrast directly in Photoshop.

Although Photoshop is considered the standard in editing software, there are now some great (free!) alternatives available like Pixlr. This web editor is by far the most powerful free Photoshop alternative you'll find. Pixlr is easy to use and has many of the heavy-hitting editing tools that you can usually only find in paid programs.

What now? Take some photos, experiment, and have fun! Combine what you learned about your brand, and then style and shoot some awesome photographs without expensive equipment! 

We hope that these Business Resource Blog Posts have been helpful. Is there a topic you'd like us to cover in a future post? Write to us at

2018 Year in Review - January 2019 NEAFP Note



In this NEAFP Note:

  • 2018: A Banner Year
  • Article: Product Styling and Photography
  • RSVP for Carolina Alpaca Celebration Fiber Collection
  • Spring Alpaca Shows
  • Fiber Sort Status
  • Let's Get Social
  • A Coupon Code!!!


Read the NEAFP Note Newsletter here!

Article: Promoting Your Brand through Product Styling and Photography

by Michelle Just

Part 1 of 2: Laying the Groundwork for Successful Visual Merchandising Online

As more and more farms make the leap to online shops and marketplaces to seek new customers and compete in an increasingly global marketplace, it is important to consider your online presence. At a farm event or open house, you may be able to rely on your alpacas to help “seal the deal” while visitors touch and try on products. How can you capture the same success in the digital world? That is where visual merchandising and photography come in!

Regardless of where you sell online, it is imperative that you consider the way you present products visually through product styling and photography to best reach your target audience.

1. Your Brand is the Foundation

Before you even think about photographing your products and posting them on your website or social media, stop and think: what story am I telling with my business and who do I want to tell it to? A simple way to begin establishing a brand is to think of three adjectives to describe your business and the way you want to be seen by online visitors. Perhaps you visualize your company as homegrown, sustainable, and heirloom. Another farm selling the same products might prefer to be viewed as elegant, high-end, and chic. These three simple words can serve as a framework for your visual marketing. If you translate these words into your marketing and product postings through product styling and photography, you will set the mood and attract shoppers who identify with your brand!

These two photographs are styled and shot quite differently. Which one would work better for your brand?

2. What Stories do your Products Tell?

As you establish a cohesive identity for your business and identify your target audience, think about the products you are selling. While you know the products are great, you need to find a way to help your online customers understand how the products might fit into their lives. This is even more important when they can’t see them in person! Before you begin posing and photographing products, think about how the products can grab your customer using imagery alone.

One of the easiest ways is to tap into the question: “what is it made of?” If you’re selling U.S. alpaca products, a photograph of the product next to processed alpaca fiber serves to connect the products to their origin: the alpacas themselves! Another method is to suggest where or how your potential customers might use their products. Perhaps you are hoping to target the hunting and fishing market with your BOLD Orange Watch Caps and Camo Hunting Masks. What better way to do so than by showing a hunter or fisherman outdoors wearing the product with his or her gear?  Recently, we spotlighted our Fleck Beanie as a lightweight, versatile hat that was perfect for chilly fall mornings on the water.

3. Styling your Products

This takes us to styling the products for photographing. Always keep in mind that the product is what you are selling. While props certainly add interest to your product photos, they should never distract or take away from what is most important! When you add props to your photographs, experiment with different techniques to create interest and increase understanding:

  • Group objects to establish relationships and shift attention
  • Layer objects to create depth and hierarchy
  • Work with odd numbers for a more dynamic composition
  • Leave negative space to allow for breathing room
  • Arrange objects into Pyramids to guide the eye

Take a look at the photograph we recently took to spotlight our Cozy Baby Blanket:

When we styled this photo we wanted to show our potential customers (and yours too!) how you can utilize our product while also highlighting the Cozy Baby Blanket’s wonderfully soft alpaca fiber. What better way than to illustrate someone thoughtfully packing it as a gift for a baby shower?

The gentle hands suggest the delicate nature of the fiber, which, when pictured with the alpaca toy on the left, connect the viewer to the blanket’s animal origins. The stork illustrated on the card on the left confirms that this blanket is meant for a baby. The overall composition is suggestive of a pyramid, with the white box serving as the pinnacle of the pyramid and the other objects expanding diagonally, making the pyramid’s base. During placement, objects (such as the alpaca toy, tape, and scissors) were grouped and layered to create more depth and visual interest. While we took a number of photographs, the one we chose to highlight captures our Cozy Baby Blanket perfectly!

Start brainstorming about your brand, the stories you want to tell, and the styling you will use to help share it in order to grow your online business this year!

In Part 2 we will discuss the more technical aspects of product photography: the photography itself, and editing your photographs!

NEAFP's Holiday Shipping Time Tables


Need it for the Holidays?

Believe it or not 2018 is winding down and the Holidays are just around the corner.

Here is all the most important info needed to plan ahead for those last minute orders!

NEAFP will be closed for our annual Holiday break Monday Dec. 24th through Wednesday December 26th.

We will be back to work Thursday December 27th.

Our last shipping day before our Holiday break is Friday December 21st!

Any order that needs to ship out that day needs to be placed by 8am Friday morning to ensure shipment.


Through the holiday season, we recommend choosing UPS Ground or better for all your time sensitive orders. USPS starts to slow down in certain parts of the country and timely delivery is not guaranteed.

Last Day to place your order

for UPS Ground to reach you before Christmas!

Yellow Brown Green Red Orange

8am Fri.

Dec. 21st

8am Thurs.

Dec. 20th

8am Wed.

Dec. 19th

8am Tues.

Dec. 18th

8am Mon.

Dec. 17th


Happy Thanksgiving!


We want to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!

We hope you all have a relaxing holiday surrounded by friends and family.


NEAFP will be closed for Thanksgiving Thursday Nov. 22nd and Friday Nov. 23rd. All orders and support coming in during this time will begin shipping out on Monday Nov. 26th.

Thank you!

New Product: Backpaca Sock!!!



Our BACKPACA Sock is a lightweight hiker sock designed for you to forget it's even on while you march through the wilderness or dance the night away.  Terry loop construction along the sole of the foot provides cushion, padding, and comfort where it's most needed. The ribbed knit along the top of the foot and up the calf allow for increased breathability and moisture wicking. Dense knit construction along with arch and ankle support bands keep the sock tightly in place throughout the day without bunching, slipping, or blisters on the trail.


SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE: 10% OFF until December 2nd, 2018



Upcoming Shipping Time Tables


Shipping Timetables

NOTE: NEAFP will be closed for Thanksgiving Thursday Nov. 22nd and Friday Nov. 23rd. All orders placed during this time will begin shipping Monday in the order they were placed.

Our goal is to stay as close to our normal 1 business day turn around time (for in stock items that meet requirements) for the rest of the year.

Note: Customized Laser Engrave items enter into a 3-5 day queue

We get particularly backed up each Sunday/Monday as people restock from events over the weekend. For time sensitive orders, it's very important to get them in as early on Sunday as possible to get in the Monday ship queue!

Orders placed Friday afternoon through Sunday by 10pm ship on following Monday. Orders placed Sunday night after 10pm through Tuesday @ 10am EST are shipped on Tuesday/Wednesday the latest.

We will keep everyone updated on our shipping time tables in the Shopping Cart Notification box:



UPS Ground
Shipping Time Map

USPS Priority
Shipping Time Map

Due to how USPS handles packages - add an additional day to these numbers

2 New Gift & Accessory Products!


We are very excited to launch 2 new Gift & Accessory items right before the Holiday season gets into full swing. We've taken our MANDALA Love Alpaca design and our Mother Nature's Finest Fiber - USA Alpaca logo and created some wonderful large shoulder totes. These heavyweight, 10oz natural cotton canvas tote bags are generously sized to handle whatever you want to throw in them. They are a great quality product that will give your customer's years of utility while showcasing their love for all things U.S. alpaca to the world! These totes are cut, sewn, and screen printed right here in New England!

Purchase 1 as a gift to yourself or take advantage of our

quantity discounts and begin offering these at your next market!

Available now!

Dimensions: 18”w x 14.5”h x 3”g

Handles: 25"

Material: 100% Natural Cotton, 10oz Heavy Weight Canvas

Designed by NEAFP

Cut, Sewn, and Printed in New England, USA

Homegrown Products: Our two latest Regionally Grown Projects!


Over the last four years NEAFP has begun working with natural fiber cooperatives, regional breed organizations, and individual farms to create unique, locally grown finished products. Locally sourced products have been trending in the food movement for 15+ years and the buzz is moving towards natural fiber clothing and accessories. We are excited to share our two most recent projects!

Working with the New England Alpaca Owners & Breeders Association (NEAOBA) for the 2nd year in a row, we’ve collaborated to produce the NEAOBA Alpaca Sock. This exclusive alpaca sock is made out of fiber grown on New England based farms and manufactured in the United States.

The breed organization facilitates the collection of fiber and we oversee taking that raw fiber out of the field and moving it together through our alpaca supply chain. By working together the regional breed organization is able to offer their members an exclusive product made using their fiber along side neighboring farms, making it a regionally based product.

Regional breed organizations are able to easily meet our custom production run minimums by working together with their member base but large farms (or small groups of farms) are also able to gain access to this program.


Morning Beckons Alpaca Farm wanted to create a sock exclusively made from fiber grown on their farm. By meeting our custom manufacturing run minimum of like grade (blended colors), we were able to produce a Morning Beckons Alpaca Sock made with fiber exclusively grown on their farm. Leveraging our supply chain, they are able to offer a truly locally grown alpaca product to their community.

In 2019 we plan on opening up a few more production slots for more regionally grown homegrown projects so if you or your regional breed organization is interested be sure to reach out.


Let’s collaborate!

Promotional Material: U.S. Alpaca Tailgating Survival Kit



Thrive the rest of football season with the help of U.S. Alpaca!

Feel free to download this graphic and post it to your website, blog, or any social media platform to help promote your products and business.

We've also posted it to the NEAFP Facebook, feel free to share it to  your page from there!

Introducing our Customer Loyalty Program


Introducing: Customer Loyalty Program

Loyalty has it's privileges!

We are very excited to share with you the launch of our  Customer Loyalty program. Over the years alpaca farms across the country have embraced the fiber side of their business and through hard work and a true grass roots effort have successfully made their farm that much more successful and sustainable.

It's truly been inspiring to watch over the last two decades farms continue to grow their business year after year.

Without leaders like you, the U.S. Alpaca Fiber industry wouldn't be where it is today and have so much potential moving forward.

We appreciate your continued support. This program is our way of rewarding your hardwork and commitment to success.

Reward tiers are calculated every few weeks and are based on sales history over the previous 365 days from calculation date.


Head to the Customer Loyalty Rewards Page