Announcement   Little Creek Alpacas is a small family run fiber farm with a herd of 38 Suri alpacas, and 20 Huacaya alpacas. Our venture started in the spring of 2007, when we decided that we wanted to raise our children in a more serene, spiritual setting, away from all the hustle and bustle of city life.

It took us a few years to get away from the city, but we finally made it and are loving every moment of our new found country life on our little farm in Plymouth, IL. My whole life I dreamed of living in the country and being surrounded by animals, now that dream has come true with 3 dogs, 9 cats, 1 llama, and 58 alpacas! The best part, though, is watching my girls run around barefoot through the pastures laughing and dancing until the sun sets behind them and the sky fills itself with stars.

My passion in the fiber arts is using my alpaca fleece to make alpaca batt blends. I'm not much of a spinner or a knitter, but I have a knack for mixing fibers on my drum carder in all sorts of variations and colors. I like to work with other fiber artists across the United States and also utilize a small mini mill in Clearmont, WY. Most of our yarns are hand spun by a collection of fiber artists that I have come to know over the years. Each spinner has their own style, and it's fun for me to see the different yarns that are created from my batt blends by each spinner.

If you are interested in raising alpacas, we do sell alpacas from our herd-- both fiber animals and breeding stock. Please visit our website at www.littlecreekalpacas.com for information on our alpacas. Thank you.

All proceeds from sales go towards keeping our small family farm going. Thank you for your support!

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 7, 2018

Little Creek Alpacas is a small family run fiber farm with a herd of 38 Suri alpacas, and 20 Huacaya alpacas. Our venture started in the spring of 2007, when we decided that we wanted to raise our children in a more serene, spiritual setting, away from all the hustle and bustle of city life.

It took us a few years to get away from the city, but we finally made it and are loving every moment of our new found country life on our little farm in Plymouth, IL. My whole life I dreamed of living in the country and being surrounded by animals, now that dream has come true with 3 dogs, 9 cats, 1 llama, and 58 alpacas! The best part, though, is watching my girls run around barefoot through the pastures laughing and dancing until the sun sets behind them and the sky fills itself with stars.

My passion in the fiber arts is using my alpaca fleece to make alpaca batt blends. I'm not much of a spinner or a knitter, but I have a knack for mixing fibers on my drum carder in all sorts of variations and colors. I like to work with other fiber artists across the United States and also utilize a small mini mill in Clearmont, WY. Most of our yarns are hand spun by a collection of fiber artists that I have come to know over the years. Each spinner has their own style, and it's fun for me to see the different yarns that are created from my batt blends by each spinner.

If you are interested in raising alpacas, we do sell alpacas from our herd-- both fiber animals and breeding stock. Please visit our website at www.littlecreekalpacas.com for information on our alpacas. Thank you.

All proceeds from sales go towards keeping our small family farm going. Thank you for your support!

Lindsey Moore

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Find littlecreekalpacas at the following upcoming market!

  • Macomb Farmer's Market
    Chandler Park
    206 N Lafayette St
    MACOMB, IL

    May 17–Oct 25

    The Macomb Farmer's Market runs from May-October and is located in Chandler Park in Macomb, IL. Little Creek Alpacas will be attending the Macomb Farmer's Market every Thursday and some Saturdays. We will have way more items for sale than what is listed in our Etsy shop - a whole table of hand-spun Alpaca blend yarns, alpaca socks, dryer balls, cat toys, hats, scarves, cowls, gloves, mittens, and more! I also plan on doing Open Farm Saturdays, the 2nd Saturday of every month (June-October), where you can come see the alpacas and see what we do with their fleece. You'll be able to ask me any alpaca questions you desire, and shop our entire line of alpaca products! Follow us on Facebook for the most up to date information.

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