About Our Store
Putting "Warm Fuzzies" In Your Life!
Our on-site farm store opened on National Alpaca Farm Days (NAFD) weekend in 2006 and we are now celebrating our 18th anniversary! During the summer of 2018 we expanded the size of the store and studio to nearly 2.5 times the size of our former downtown store and studio. Today, if the gates are open, the store is open; and during the holiday Season, the farm is open from 1-5pm, Wednesday through Saturday, or other days by appointment, just call Collins' cell at 509-378-5833 or Nikki's cell at 509.378.6909.
Alpaca Products - Visitors can browse a unique assortment of items created from Sandollar Alpaca's own locally grown and harvested, award winning herd sporting the most luxurious suri alpaca fleeces; as well as those products imported from some of the finest manufacturers in Peru.
Custom Leatherworks - In addition to these wonderful alpaca products, Collins Griffith is an extremely gifted and talented leather and fiber artisan. An assortment of his hand tooled leather accessories is always on display, and orders can be taken for custom designed products. Recently, he introduced leather items with an alpaca motif and he now plans to embellish our felted designs with leather accents. Today, you can find one of a kind, beautifully hand tooled leather cell phone or tablet cases, holsters, sleeves for an insulated coffee mug (included); photo albums, director chairs, beverage coaster sets, and many more. Check out some of his products while you browse our store page! And if you can dream it, Collins can make it! Call Collins today at 509-378-5833 and let him design something unique for you!
With two other farms, Tres Aguas Alpacas (Benton City, WA), and Natural Maximum Alpacas (Prosser, WA), we partnered in the new needle "Feltloom" taking the fiber industry by storm; turn batts into felt and felt into unique products! We have plans to make all types of custom felted products for our customers and will start small with purses, laptop bags, cell phone cases, etc. and move on into wearing apparel. If you stop by you might even find Nikki making one of her famous hats on the Addi!
Be sure to come by when you are in the neighborhood and say hello! The alpacas are waiting to meet you!