by Kelley Hobart December 31, 2017 1 min read

We had an amazing year and look forward to more success in 2018 thanks to you! 

It's been wonderful reading all the great reviews (Over 3600 and growing!) and compliments coming in this holiday season and we are so grateful for those of you taking the time to tell others about our business and helping spread the word about Alpaca Direct! 
We added many new yarns and notions for our knitters always focused on making sure we find the best quality products at reasonable prices.  
We continue working with our suppliers in Peru, Europe, and the USA to bring you new socks and apparel and will be expanding our product lines in 2018.  

From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you for supporting our business and the families of our fantastic team at Alpaca Direct as we continue the journey to find you great products and provide incredible customer service. 

Kelley Hobart
Kelley Hobart



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