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Susan Waldron with her AlpacasI use my own hand-dyed alpaca fibers in the art pieces that I create. The alpaca fiber feels like a combination of cashmere and silk. As a result of raising these animals from birth, there is a spiritual connection with the animals and the felted pieces.

I am able to combine my love for color, nature, and alpacas to create exquisite, felted pieces. 

I love sharing my knowledge and love for felting with others! See the class page for more information. 
Susan Waldron Art TapestriesEach of these items of clothing are really a piece of art. Every garment is one of a kind and impossible to duplicate.

The collection is constantly changing. I try to keep it up to date, but at times it gets away from me.

Please email me for prices on individual designs and what is currently available.
Creating a garment is like reading a mystery - you can plan and follow the plot, but there will be unforeseen twists and turns, and you just do not know how it will turn out until it is complete. How cool is that?

Visit the farm! We have 3 open houses per year: one in the spring (date to be announced - stay tuned on our blog), and one during the National Alpaca Days (last weekend of September) and at Christmas time. We live about 45 miles west of Chicago near Elgin, Illinois. Come out and see the animals for yourselves.

Email me for updates about our open houses!