Crochet Gauge: Lace Weight
Put Up: Hank
Care: Hand Wash / Dry Flat
Alpaca Cloud Lace
Alpaca Cloud Lace is a soft, light, and amazingly warm fiber made of 100% Baby Alpaca. Perfect for shawls and light accessories, Alpaca Cloud can also be doubled for gorgeous garments you'll wear constantly. Alpaca Cloud will give you an endless range of hues for projects sure to become your absolute favorites.
Anna is a soft blue-gray the color of a stormy sea. This beautiful heather combines sky blue, cool steel gray, and a touch of white for a unique hue with lots of depth and texture.
Annette is a solid-color smoky blue. It pops with bright contrasts like Minnie, or use it with Bette for a tonal look.
A medium blue heather, Bernard is made up of primarily blue blended with hints of pink and white. From a distance, it appears as a smoky blue with purple undertones.
Darcy is a very dark sapphire blue with just the tiniest bit of white for a softly heathered look. It’s nearly navy, but not quite. This is an elegant and sophisticated shade perfect for pairing with brights or as the dark note in a blue spectrum.
A stunning dark blue heather, Diana has bits of cobalt, indigo, and white mixed together. The cool tones work beautifully with other blues or as a dark accent with lighter colors.
A timeless navy blue that will never go out of style, Edgar is a splendid color for any treasured project. Use it as a dark accent with other lighter hues or as a stylish alternative to pure black.
Henry brings classic cornflower blue to the Alpaca Cloud line up! This solid shade looks particularly nice with neutrals like Archibald.
An elegant cobalt blue, Marianne is a gorgeously cool hue! The medium blue pairs nicely with brights or other cool blues.
A strong, deep teal, Bennet’s cool tones have just the right combination of blue and green. Pair with other teals or aquas for a stunning team, or use it on its own for gift-worthy projects.
Bette is a vibrant blue with teal undertones. It looks equally at home with brights like Miranda and subdued shades like Archibald.
A smart, heathered take on peacock blue, Hugh has a base of deep navy mixed with a kelly green. This stunning shade would be great with other blue-greens or as a dark accent color.
Find gorgeous depth in this rich green heather. Shades of teal, mustard yellow, and a hint of purple are blended with greens to create Arabella's heather. For a solid take on this color, try James!
This is a heather color that combines kelly green and black into a mossy, moody, dark forest green. Perfect for nature-inspired projects or in a spectrum of greens.
This rich forest green with warm undertones is irresistible! Jame is a solid dark green and is cousins with similar Arabella Heather.
A classic goldenrod yellow, Daisy is a cheery color with warm undertones. It would looks amazing in vintage-inspired projects or as a bright accent color.
As cheerful as a big glass of lemonade, Harry is a solid, lemon yellow. Lean into the brights by pairing it with Miranda, or soften it with neutral Archibald.
A gorgeous yellow, Lucille will put a spring in your step! This flaxen color has a slightly green undertone, making it perfect for a spring palette or as a bright pop with neutrals.
Sarah is a warm-toned bright yellow, reminiscent of dandelions. This cheerful shade will bring joy to any project.
A firecracker of a colorway, Cecilia is an orange-red with a slightly brown undertone. Reminiscent of paprika, this hue would go beautifully with browns, reds, or oranges as part of a special fall project.
Minnie is a cozy, solid, pumpkin orange. Take it in a 70s direction with Alice or bring out its richness with Herman.
A distinctive color, Elizabeth is a rich brick red heather. Combining a cool red with just a little bit of black, this shade will set any project apart from the rest.
A true, timeless cherry red, Jo has a bit of a blue undertone that makes this a versatile color. It's suitable for pairing with reds, blues, or as a bright contrast with darker neutrals.
This gorgeous autumnal color is heathered with bits of golden wheat and a bright fire engine red, mixed with a burgundy base to produce a rich , warm brick red. Wonderful when matched with other reds or heathers, or simply stunning in a special project on its own
A dark reddish-pink, Mary has blue undertones that give it a cool appearance. It's an unusual, striking color that would shine on its own or in a spectrum with reds, pinks, or blues.
A vibrant tomato red, Miranda borders on orange. Although it appears solid, it's a well-blended heather.
A sumptuous burgundy, Rebecca is a decadent color for any project. It pairs wonderfully with reds, pinks, or use it in an autumn-themed palette.
A rather racy dark red, Wickham has cool blue undertones that make this colorway a real attention-grabber. This rich color is similar to Hollyberry and would be right at home with other cool colors or as a stand-out accent color.
Bernice is a salmon pink heather created by blending pinks with hints of yellow and white. Try it with neutral Archibald or pump up the color with Miranda.
Charlotte is a color that’s feminine and bold. This unique heather shade is made by mixing carnation pink, a sable brown, and a little bit of white. It'd be lovely in a shawl or sweater, or combined with other browns or pinks.
Aptly named, Rose is lovely fuchsia that recreates the color of a rose bush at peak bloom. The blue undertone keeps it cool while the bright pink is sure to turn heads
A deep wine color, Juliet has warm red undertones that give it vitality and brilliance. This dramatic color would be perfect paired with other reds or purples, or by itself for an attractive project.
A simply sublime aubergine, this deep, delicious eggplant color has slightly red undertones, giving it a warm feel. Stunning on its own or with a range of purples or pinks.
Alice is a solid-color olive green, and when placed next to orange Minnie, it brings to mind 1970s rustic color palettes. It perfectly matches its heathered cousin, Amos.
A heathered take on olive green, Amos is made up of a blend of green, brown, and a hint of yellow. For a solid take on this color, try Alice!
A warm neutral heather, Archibald brings to mind a cozy bowl of grits with its blend of cream and hints of yellow and brown.
Steady and reliable, this rich, coffee-colored brown is a hue that you'll turn to time and time again. This medium-dark shade has golden undertones that give it a warmth and glow.
This soft, silvery brown looks like it came straight off the alpaca! This natural, neutral shade has cool gray undertones that would fit in beautifully with other earth tones or in a spectrum of browns.
A dark chocolate brown, mostly even with only hints of lighter tones. With a gravity sufficient to its namesake, Hamlet is among the deepest of browns and will provide a neutral anchor for even the strongest colors.
A warm brown heather, Herman is made up of brown blended with reds and yellows. It borders on dark red up close but is more brown when viewed from a distance.
This soft latte brown is a sophisticated neutral, at home in the city or the country. Pair this mid-tone with other tans and browns, or use it with brights for a grounding effect.
Dark cocoa brown with grey and tan heathering that gives it a cool undertone. Still a darker brown, but both lighter and cooler than Hamlet. The undertone plays well against icy blues like Marion, or line it up between Hamlet and Bates for a nice gradient.
A strong, medium reddish-brown, the color of dark Mahogany. Romeo can act as a neutral for bright colors and works especially well with warm oranges and reds, but has enough color to spice up a lighter neutral like Molesley or Bingley.
A very attractive natural heather shade, Willoughby combines equal amounts of rich sable brown with soft white. Wonderful in a brown spectrum or for a neutral-toned project.
A cozy, autumnal heather, Zadie is best described as a warm mustard yellow. The heather blend is made up of yellows with a hint of red and brown.
This cool steel gray heather is a reliable neutral hue that coordinates beautifully with other neutrals or brights. The dark gray is blended with a hint of soft cream for great depth and gorgeous texture.
A wonderful light gray with amazing versatility. Augusta has a pure white base with just a bit of black blended together for a heathered effect that works superbly as the highlight in a gray spectrum or as a neutral paired with just about any other hue.
A dark, nearly anthracite gray, Carson has just a hint of white. Perfect as a grounding accent to brighter colors or as the bottom note in a gray spectrum.
An impressively versatile neutral hue, Elinor is a medium steel gray heather. Created by combining half black and half white colors, this heather is a cool tone that blends in perfectly with other grays or in a supporting role with bright or dark colors
Marling meets heathers on Frank! Distinct plies of light heather gray and almost-black heather gray twist together to create this colorway.
A classic coal-black, Thomas is a deep, dark, true black. Use it as the darkest accent in a spectrum, or pair it with brights for a sharp, modern look
A soft khaki color, Bingley's very slightly cool gray undertones give this classic versatility. This natural-looking tan is great as the highlight in a brown or earth tone spectrum, and is wonderful paired with darker colors.
The creamy oatmeal color of Mosely is a lovely natural hue that would look wonderful as the highlight of a brown spectrum or other dark neutrals.
A gorgeous winter white, Sophia is creamy and delightful. A super versatile neutral to pair with any other hue, its soft shade will work beautifully as an accent color or as the main color for any project.