Mayu in Quechua (The native language of the Incas) means river.his unique blend of Royal alpaca, Cashmere and Mulberry silk has an incomparable softness and a beautiful texture. Using an artisanal dip dyed method inspired by the Incas, this yarn … Read More
Mamacha in Quechua (The native language of the Incas) means loved and respected mother. For Amano?, Mamacha represents home, land and love. Feel the chunkiness of our Mamacha yarn, made of Baby alpaca and Merino wool, perfect for new and … Read More
Mayu in Quechua (the native language of the Incas) means river. This unique blend of Royal Alpaca, Cashmere and Mulberry Silk has an incomparable softness and fluid appearance. All colors are dip dyed imitating a dyeing technique used by the … Read More
Pacha in Quechua (The native language of the Incas) means world, earth or land. This unique blend of Mulberry Silk, Mohair and Wool has an exceptional brightness. This brightness is also found when the sun rises and its rays illuminate … Read More
Puna in Quechua (the native language of the Incas) means Andes mountain. Puna is the essence of the Andes, as the Alpaca is the essence of Amano. This yarn is 100% Baby Alpaca presented only in melange colors inspired by … Read More
Puyu in Quechua (the native language of the Incas) means cloud. This yarn is Baby Alpaca introduced by high air pressure into a cage of Mulberry Silk. This technique allows us to present the lightest chunky yarn made with Alpaca. … Read More
Warmi in Quechua (The native language of the Incas) means woman or unity. At Amano?, Warmi mixes soft alpaca with strong Merino wool: Making a yarn which is structurally unique and completely our own. Experience the beautiful fruits and flowers … Read More
Inspired by the great cites of Spain, Botany Lace delicately blends bold hues with classic tones. This yarn knits up to create beautiful mottled fabrics that perfectly encapsulate their Spanish name sake.