Textiles

As the International Year of Natural Fibres ends, a look at the natural fibre industry.

Ann Clayburn knows all her alpacas by name with just a glance at their furry faces.

Each alpaca on the Stratford-area farm has its own look, own personality.

“They are irresistible,” Clayburn said. “They’re so cute.”

But, to really appreciate the animal, she said, “you have to touch alpaca.”

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