Amano Mamacha Yarn
Superbulky Baby Alpaca and Merino Wool? Raised kindly in the Andes Mountains? Gorgeous colors? Yes, please!!! We can't wait to get this on our needles and knit some soft, warm, wintery goodness. Mamacha means loved and respected mother in Quechua, the language of the Inca. Amano lives by respect for animals and land as they create amazingly soft yarns just for you!
Amano Puna Yarn
This 100% baby alpaca will knock your socks off (should you choose to knit them). Puna means Mountains of the Andes in Quechua (the language of the Inca), and that is just where this alpaca is raised. With incredible softness, you will want to wear your next project close to your skin all day long.
Amano Yana Yarn
Knit it, crochet it, felt it, love it! That's what we'll do with our Yana. Yana means black in Quechua (the language of the Inca) because Amano believes that every sheep is unique (a black sheep). Stitch up some chunky accessories or garments this winter in 100% highland wool to keep you toasty warm.