Oprah’s O Magazine Features Beth Osborne from The Alpaca Hacienda

For those of you who are interested in raising alpacas, you must check out this month’s O Magazine featuring Beth Osborne of The Alpaca Hacienda. Her story about why she left teaching to raise fun-loving alpacas and start a business selling hand-spun yarn is inspiring to those who are looking for a better lifestyle or […]

Pay Attention to Alpaca United!

Having just finished participating in The AOBA (Alpaca Owners and Breeder’s Association) National Show in Denver, I am excited to announce that Object Mythology has joined Alpaca United – an LC3 company formed by North American Alpaca farmers and processors to create an increase awareness and demand for their fiber in competitive world markets. I […]

Come See Us in Denver at the AOBA National Alpaca Show

Limited Edition Felting Kits by Object Mythology

We are excited to be participating in this year’s AOBA National Alpaca Show in Denver, Colorado.  Not only will we have our wonderful baby alpaca scarves, shawls, gloves and throws available for purchase – Karen Chien, Object Mythology’s accessories designer will be demonstrating the FeltLOOM®, an incredible needle felting machine which gives the fiber artist […]

Ecofabulous desires Object Mythology’s Baby Alpaca For Spring!

Ecofabulous "Object of Desire", April 2011

Check out Ecofabulous’ product feature write up “Objects of Desire”  about Object Mythology’s super cozy, uber luxurious baby alpaca scarves and throws.  April, 2011.

Alpaca Lesson: Huacayo vs. Suri

Photo taken at Faraway Farm Alpacas, Courtesy of Leda Blumberg

Alpacas are members of the South American Camelid family and are very similar to Llamas.  Among the  five basic South American Camelids, Huacayo and Suri are the two most common types of alpacas. Alpaca Huacayo:  is the most common type of alpacas making up about 90% of the alpaca population in the world.  Its fiber […]