The Fuzzy Alpaca (an alpaca boutique)
210 N. Bridge Street
Bedford, Virginia 24523
We are extremely delighted to open our 2nd Store in the Heart of Bedford, Virginia.
“The Fuzzy Alpaca” is where the Stylist come for fun.
Owner, Lisa Beck has created a Vibrant Boutique in the “Best Small Town in America”.
Lisa has personally hand picked every item in the boutique…..from Luxurious Alpaca Products, Unique Bags, Candles and Jewelry to name a few.
Whether it’s a girl’s day out shopping or if your looking for that Special Birthday, Anniversary, or Wedding gift……Lisa is on hand to lead you to the perfect gift!
Now stop by and see what why everyone is talking “The Fuzzy Alpaca”
The Fuzzy Alpaca Boutique is just around the corner in the same building as the Bridge Street Cafe and coffee shop. Both are located at 210 N. Bridge Street in Bedford, Virginia.
Have you ever felt alpaca fleece before? If not, you will be AMAZED at how wonderfully soft it is. You can spin a fleece immediately after it's sheared with little or no cleaning or processing. Hand-spinners love to work with this lovely, natural fiber. Alpaca is used to make exquisite luxury garments and high-fashion clothing from scarves to suits, gloves, hats and coats. Alpaca makes lovely yarn in both natural and dyed colors.
We offer a selection of many different fine alpaca products including woven alpaca scarves, woven purses, dyed alpaca yarn in brilliant colors, alpaca fleece teddy bears, alpaca gloves, blankets, finger puppets, felted alpaca hats, knit hats, alpaca socks and more. Come for a visit!
Join us at The Fuzzy Alpaca in Bedford, Virginia
About Alpaca Fleece
Alpacas have a thick and woolly fleece that we shear off once a year on our annual shearing day—similar to the way wool is harvested from sheep—in a process that does not harm the alpaca. The fleeces are then processed into end products like yarn, felt, clothing and accessories.
Alpacas come in more natural colors than any other fleece producing animal. As a result, we can have natural, 100% dye free yarn and products in colors that range from black to white, rose-greys, silver greys, and every shade of brown from the lightest to the darkest.
Sheep's wool contains an oil called lanolin that some people are allergic to, but alpaca fleece is not oily at all and does not usually cause allergies.
Alpaca fleece is all natural, strong, very beautiful and ultra-soft.