img_0956I am simply crazy about this beautiful alpaca scarf given to me by Angela Marshall and have been wearing it nonstop for the three days (although with temperatures predicted in the seventies this week, I may have to take a brief break). I love stopping by to visit Angela and the gift was wholly unexpected, taking me quite off guard.

These super soft and warm scarves come in an assortment of lovely colors and are the perfect size–not too big that they are cumbersome, and not too small to be ineffective. Stop by to visit Angie’s Alpacas and see for yourself her wonderful selection of alpaca yarn (shorn from Cape Ann’s very own alpacas) along with a collection of alpaca hats, mittens, socks, and many more treasures.

frankie-at-angelas-alpacas-copyright-kim-smithFrankie posing for her glamour shot during magic hour

Presently, Angie’s Alpacas is open by appointment. Call 978-729-7180 or email Angela at As the shop becomes established, so too will the hours. A website and Facebook page, created by Angela’s daughter Jenn, are underway. Angie’s Alpacas is located at Marshall’s Farm, 148 Concord Street, Gloucester.

angies-alpacas-copyright-kim-smithNew grazing area for the alpacas, and they love it!

See previous post about the Angela Marshall’s alpaca yarn here.

Welcome to Angie’s Alpacas

Sneak Peak and Super Exciting news for Cape Ann Knitters and Crafters



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