On the way back to Cusco from Amaru, we stopped at Awana Kancha, the co-op where Amaru and several other villages sell their weavings and other handcrafts. Near the entrance to the co-op are various pens where examples of the various llamas and alpacas are kept. This chart helped explain the varieties.
Inside the co-op there is a display showing the various herbs and plants and equipment used in the natural dyeing process.
I wished these yarns were for sale, but they weren't. They were just there to show all the color variations available from the natural dyes.
They had a small amount of yarn for sale in the gift shop, but again, it was very fine, made for weaving. I hope I'll be able to make a lace shawl out of it. This yarn is too fine even for socks.
This is the woven scarf that I bought there. It's made of baby alpaca and is incredibly soft.