They can be made in any natural alpaca color, no dyes are used. I do use dyed yarn due to the chemicals involved in the dying process, and because the yarn is not as warm or soft once dyed. See last picture for alpaca colors, please note that since the colors are not dyed the white is ivory in color and the black can appear as a very dark brown in some lighting.If you would like them in organic merino wool that is a possibility too, in natural white, or i usually have some organic merino wool dyed with black walnut husks which were harvested on our organic farm. The walnut husks will produce a range of rich brown colors. Please ask to see pictures of wool dyed with black walnut. A thinner, fingering weight, organic, merino wool is now available.
There is a drawstring at the waist to hold them up. There is usually about a pound of fiber in each pair. If you do not want the extra material for the waist'flap', i can make it just a simple waist band. Please let me know if you do not want the longer flap.The latter pictures show the non flap waist. There is a'one size fits' most option in the drop down menu, which you may choose for ease and gift. In the latter photos the woman is wearing the one size fits most leggings.
These were not made to fit her. These work for men as well as women. I apologize that your sizes aren't in the drop down menu, please send your measurements. Women, you may order your size from the drop down menu (check the size chart in the pictures) or if you don't fit in the standard sizes, you may send you measurements.The measurements i need are (please measure your body directly): -inseam- it is recommended to have someone help with this measurement. Knee to ankle -front rise (bottom of crotch to where you want the waist line)-back rise (bottom of crotch to where you want the back waist line)it is nice to have someone help with this one. Around the waist (where you want the waist line)-around your hips (widest point)-around thigh (widest point)-around knee-around anklei will need to know if the waist line you want is high, low or mid range. Is it above, below or at your belly button with these pants/leggings i recommend that the waist lay lower at the hips or just above the buttocks. The weight of the knit can make it feel as if the pants are falling down, so they need a good place to hold them up.
I will let you know if for some reason this time period can't be met. The alpaca is super soft, yet sensitive people can find it a bit itchy in sensitive areas.