Events may be added or changed.
Generally we are at shows during Jan. and Feb.
Check out customers trying on our alpaca hats at the Feb. AFR annual meeting. Our Feb. 2021 schedule should be available Jan. 2021
March is our sale month. Call for dates and time.
Sheering Month at CCF.
Check for new events that may be announced later.
A good time to visit the alpacas. The farm store and alpaca visits are by appointment..
The National Alpaca Fiber Arts Show is scheduled in the Nashville TN area. Also Fiber-U is in Lebanon Missouri during July.
Store and alpaca visits open by appointment.
The Alpaca National Farm Days are generally the last weekend in Sept. A good time to visit our open house. Open hours will be posted at a later date.. Sorry but this year we will not be open for Farm Days, please look for us next year.
Oct., a month that we are normally at a vendor craft show or shows, times and places to be announced. The Canterbury Faire will be October 3, 2020 at St Augustine's Episcopal Church, 14700 N. May Ave., Oklahoma City OK.
Nov. is an active craft show month. We generally have a representative at several vendor shows. We will have a booth at the Quail Springs Methodist Church annual craft fair Nov. 2020, 14617 N. Penn Oklahoma City. The AOK blastoff is always the second weekend in Nov. Look for us there in Shawnee OK.
To be announced.
2012 fiber art entry, handmade boot cuffs using our natural white Huacaya Alpaca yarn.
CCF yarn used for the Fiber Arts entry Wrap pictured below, 1st place at the A-OK Blastoff, and the National AOA Fiber Arts..
This wrap made from CCF yarn is 75% Alpaca, 30% Merino, 5% gold color metallic, 2 ply sport wt. Judge commented about the gold adding a great touch.
2014 A-OK Fiber Art entry using our Suri Alpaca Fingerling weight yarn for this wrap. The light weight yarn and delicate pattern provides a wrap that can be worn anytime of the year.
Pictured right is our Suri fingerling yarn used for the wrap above.
Left and below is our 2015 AOK fiber arts enty using CCF natural white yarn, of 70% alpaca and 30% Merino and then hand painted to produce the light blues, green and yellows. .
This hand painted infinity scarf can be worn in two styles. We have a selection of infinity scarves and colors in our farm store.
Left Cardinal Creek's entry at the Alpaca Owners Association National Fiber Arts Show, July 2018. The yarn for the shawl was made from Lorelei's fleece with a small amount of blue merino and silver metallic plied with it. Additionally, below, our Lorelei placed 4th in the national Spin-off competition at National Fiber Arts show in Nashville. Lorelei's Dam placed 1st in the Alpacas of Oklahoma annual Spin-off competition a few years ago.
Our 2018 national fiber arts show, Lorelei right placed 4th in the spinoff competition. Lorelei's Dam Clarisa is pictured below placed 1st in the spinoff competition a few years ago at the AOK Blastoff. .At 10 years old, Clarisa is still a 19.9 micron.
More pictures of this is CCF designed hand woven poncho can be seen under our farm store site.