Meet the Alpacas & Knit an Alpaca Scarf

March 9 @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

6 Huacaya Alpaca boys of varied colors live at Black Walnut Farmstead. We shear them once a year, and have their fleece made into yarn for crafting items to sell in our Little Country Store here.

On Saturday March 9th, local knitters are encouraged to come meet the guys, feel some raw alpaca fleece plus processed roving and yarns … and learn to complete a fabulous alpaca scarf led by York County knitting teacher, Daria Carden.  The scarf pattern is pretty easy so anyone who can comfortably knit & purl can master it once they learn 4 stitches.

Excited to get your hands in some alpaca fiber?

Register now! March 9, 2024, 2-4pm followed by encouragement to participate in our Creativity Circle for the 3 following Saturdays 12-2pm.  Limited class size for individualized attention. $65 includes all materials, pattern & instruction plus follow-up guidance plus the alpaca connection & a free herbal brew in our Tiny herbal Tea Room. PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER 803-868-5451

$65 includes materials + more