It looks so pretty, all packaged up in a little drawstring bag with a tag so it can be returned back home after it's spun into yarn.
I couldn't resist sharing a picture of it before I put it in the mail. I can't wait to see the yarn it's going to put into. The Baby Alpaca seems to be a very long, but extraordinarily soft, draft fiber. I bet it's going to make a lovely yarn!
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You’ll have to post when you get the yarn back.
what a beautiful bag!