Left pictured is our 2015 A-OK Fiber arts entry using CCF natural white yarn, of 70% alpaca & 30% Merino and then hand painted to produce the light blues and yellows.
Lorelei above, her Dam Clarisa is pictured below. At 10 years old Clarisa is still a 19.9 micron.
Events for 2018
March in store sales include a 20% discount on items not already marked down. Call for your appointment.
April Sheering at CCF
May thru June is the best time to visit CCF, call us to plan your tour. Store hours are also open by appointment. We will work with you to accommodate your time.
July is the AOA National Fiber show and Meeting in Nashville TN.
Aug. Store open by appointment.
Alpaca Owner Association National Farm Days Open House. Sept. 29, 2018 and Sept. 30, 2018. Our hours will be 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM Saturday and 1:00 PM untl 4 PM Sunday.
Location: 19200 N. Council Rd., Edmond, OK
Look for us at craft booths during the months of Oct. and Nov. 2018.
Oct. 6, find us at Canterbury Faire at St Augustine14700 N May Ave., Okla. City, OK 9:00AM to 4:30PM.
Oct. 12, 2018 we will be at the OU Health Sciences Center Craft Show in the Library Building.
Nov 3, 2018 is Market Days at the Church of the Servant. Look for our booth, we have variety of products for all members of the family. Location: 14343 N. MacArthur, Oklahoma City, OK.
Check out the Annual A-OK (Alpacas of Oklahoma) Alpaca Blastoff show, Nov. 10-11, 2018 in Shawnee, OK. Free to the Public.
It's time for warm clothing We have a variety of warm one of a kind alpaca clothing accessories for your Christmas giving or for yourself. You may find that unique stocking stuffer or fashion accessory for yourself. Make your appointment for your December shopping and because our shop is not in the city limits your tax rate is lower.
Always open by appointment throughout the year. Phone 405-830-4649.
Left Cardinal Creek's entry at the Alpaca Owners Association National Fiber Arts Show, July 2018 Additionally below our Lorelei places 4th of 42 in the Spin-off competition. Lorelei's Dam placed 1st in the Alpacas of Oklahoma annual Spin-off competition a few years ago. The yarn for the shawl left was made from Lorelei's fleece with a small mount of blue merino and silver metallic plied with it.
The following are examples of our fiber art quality.
2014 A-OK Fiber Art entry using our Suri Alpaca Fingerling weight yarn for this wrap. The light weight yarn and delicate pattern provides a wrap that can be worn anytime of the year.
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2012 fiber art entry, hand made boot cuff using our white Huacaya Alpaca yarn.
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