VolcanoViewRanch

Handwoven Llama Wool Rugs

Ridgefield, Washington 98 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars (18)

VolcanoViewRanch

Handwoven Llama Wool Rugs

Ridgefield, Washington | 98 Sales

Jerrika M.

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Jerrika M.

Announcement    Rugs are 10% off for the holidays!

It's shearing season, if you are looking for a specific color raw llama fiber that you can't find send me a message and I can check my stash. I have so many fleeces it is hard to go through it all and get it posted.

Our llama farm is located in Washington State and we have about 25 llamas. Our family has owned llamas for three generations!

We sell natural and sustainable llama wool rugs, socks, and insoles in varying sizes. The colors in our products are all natural. We do not use any dyes. The fiber llamas produce is lanolin free and hypoallergenic. Our llamas are sheared on an annual basis providing beautiful fiber for our products which is then sorted by color and quality. We also sell some raw fleeces.

Our rugs are hand woven through the use of a pneumatic loom (compressed air). This creates a tight and compressed weave, which is great for high traffic areas. Our rugs are made with a jute core. Jute is a natural product which is strong and durable. The llama fiber and jute combine to make a high quality and long lasting product.

Announcement

Last updated on Nov 26, 2019

Rugs are 10% off for the holidays!

It's shearing season, if you are looking for a specific color raw llama fiber that you can't find send me a message and I can check my stash. I have so many fleeces it is hard to go through it all and get it posted.

Our llama farm is located in Washington State and we have about 25 llamas. Our family has owned llamas for three generations!

We sell natural and sustainable llama wool rugs, socks, and insoles in varying sizes. The colors in our products are all natural. We do not use any dyes. The fiber llamas produce is lanolin free and hypoallergenic. Our llamas are sheared on an annual basis providing beautiful fiber for our products which is then sorted by color and quality. We also sell some raw fleeces.

Our rugs are hand woven through the use of a pneumatic loom (compressed air). This creates a tight and compressed weave, which is great for high traffic areas. Our rugs are made with a jute core. Jute is a natural product which is strong and durable. The llama fiber and jute combine to make a high quality and long lasting product.

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About VolcanoViewRanch

Sales 98
On Etsy since 2015

Our llama farm is located in Washington State and we have about 35 llamas. Our family has owned llamas for three generations!

We sell natural and sustainable llama wool rugs, socks and blankets in varying sizes. The colors in our products are all natural. We do not use any dyes. The fiber llamas produce is lanolin free and hypoallergenic. Our llamas are sheared on an annual basis providing beautiful fiber for our products which is then sorted by color and quality.

Our rugs are hand woven through the use of a pneumatic loom (compressed air). This creates a tight and compressed weave, which is great for high traffic areas. Our rugs are made with a jute core. Jute is a natural product which is strong and durable. The llama fiber and jute combine to make a high quality and long lasting product.

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Shop members

  • Jerrika M.

    Owner

    Jerrika was first introduced to llamas when her & Kyle began dating in 2008. Always drawn to animals, she took to them immediately and has been helping care for them ever since.

  • Kyle M.

    Owner

    Kyle's grandparents bought their first llamas in 1980, and his parents shortly after. He has grown up around llamas and has been working with them his entire life.

Production partners

  • FeltPAC LLC

    Unityville, PA

    The insoles are manufactured by FeltPAC LLC with llama fiber from our farm

  • Ingrid's Hand-Woven Rugs

    Paint Rock, TX

    Ingrid's Hand-Woven Rugs process llama fleeces "just off the animal," through blending, carding, spinning, then hand weaving beautiful rugs.

  • Llama Fiber Cooperative of North America

    United States

    The LFCNA is a member owned agricultural cooperative whose specialty is the fabrication and marketing of high quality llama fiber products.

  • Pendleton Woolen Mills

    Pendleton, OR

    Pendleton Woolen Mills is famous for their wool blankets, that's why we've partnered with them to weave our llama wool blankets.

  • Printing company

    Boston, MA

    This t-shirt was designed by Kyle using the mural from the original volcano view ranch barn. The t-shirt is printed by a third party who ships them directly to buyers.

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Last updated on May 15, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Wholesale availability

If interested, please contact us directly and we can discuss wholesale options.

Custom and personalized orders

Custom orders can be arranged on rugs at least 4x6 in size. Turn around time on custom orders is approx. 3-6 months. Please message me for details.