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Sera are lightweight, super soft and temperature-regulating. Wear them in winter, wear them in summer - your feet will keep the optimal temperature. Read more about the abilities of Alpaca hair by clicking here.

How to wash Sera: You can wash them on a normal 30° wash program along with other (colourful) laundry.

Alpaca yarn from Peru, manufactured in Portugal | 
Material composition: 64% Alpaca, 34% Polyamide, 2% Elastane | Please note that the colours might look slightly different on every screen

The Tale of Sera

In a kingdom of perpetual darkness, evil reigned supreme. The sun had long ceased to shine, leaving the land and its people in a state of relentless misery. Among the royal family, the concept of love was foreign, a sentiment forgotten in the shadow of tyranny.

For years, the kingdom suffered under the ruthless rule of King Malo. His cruelty knew no bounds, and his icy heart had chilled the entire realm. He ruled with an iron fist, showing no kindness or compassion to anyone, not even his own family.

Upon the death of the malevolent King Malo, a sense of uncertainty loomed over the kingdom. Who would ascend to the throne? What new horrors might await the people?

But as if summoned by fate itself, a mysterious figure emerged from the shadows: Sera. Sera’s aura seemed evil and her character like the one of a dark princess. Her arrival in the court sent whispers through the kingdom, and no one could discern her origins.

But Sera was not what she appeared to be. She caught the attention of Prince Lucius, the dark prince who had been groomed by his father in all ways of cruelty. Intrigued by Sera's enigmatic presence, Lucius found himself inexplicably drawn to her.

Sera received a gracious invitation from Lucius to reside at the royal court during her visit. The usually so confident Prince Lucius found himself inexplicably tongue-tied in her presence. Whenever Sera was near, an enchanting magnetism seemed to envelop him, leaving him enchanted by her allure.

Unlike the rest of the court, where fear and malevolence held sway, Sera radiated a genuine warmth that was felt by everyone she encountered. Her kindness and grace were like a gentle beacon in the midst of the kingdom's darkness, illuminating the hearts of all fortunate enough to experience her presence.

Lucius did not understand at first what Sera was doing. He watched as she tended to the palace's neglected gardens, breathing new life into the withered plants. He observed her quiet moments of reflection beneath the pale moonlight.

One evening, as a storm raged outside the castle walls, Lucius approached Sera in the dimly lit library. There, amidst ancient tomes and forgotten spells, he uttered his first words to her. "Why do you stay here, Princess Sera?" he asked, his voice tinged with a newfound vulnerability.

Sera turned to him, her dark eyes meeting his. "I stay because I see hope, even in the darkest of places," she replied, her voice as enigmatic as ever.

Lucius felt a warmth he had never known before, a warmth that began to melt the icy armor around his heart. He was drawn to her not by her darkness, but by the mysterious light within her.

As their interactions deepened, so did their feelings. Love, a foreign concept in this cursed kingdom, blossomed between the dark prince and the mysterious princess. His heart, once imprisoned by cruelty, was now free to soar.

On the day of their wedding, a miracle occurred. As Sera and Lucius exchanged vows, the sky itself seemed to break open. Sunlight flooded the kingdom, banishing the eternal darkness that had gripped it for so long.

From that day forward, love became known in the kingdom, and the people emerged from the shadow of despair. The land flourished, and the cruel legacy of King Malo was erased by the enduring love of Sera and Lucius.

As the sun shone brightly, the kingdom once covered in darkness was reborn, and the reign of love began, proving that even in the most hopeless of places, the light of love can prevail.