Alpaca Yarn - Hand Dyed with Eco-Friendly Dyes - Great Knitting Crochet Yarn - DK Weight

$32.95 / Coming Soon

OUR ALPACA YARN is perfect for knitting up your favorite pattern. It is so soft and warm yet very light to wear. Looks great crocheted as well!

Our yarn is available by appointment at our farm store or during the Big E in Springfield MA. You can find us in the New Hampshire Building. Please stop by and say "Hi!".

We have lots more colors in person. 🤗

100% Alpaca. Our yarn is a blend of our alpaca and alpaca fiber from other local farms. It is spun here in New England into wonderful 3-ply DK weight skeins.

~ 200 yards per skein. Can be combined with other yarn you have to make your project.

This yarn will also felt well if you are working on a felting project.

We use eco-friendly dyes that are hand mixed to create an assortment of colors.

Our yarn is hand-dyed on the farm one skein at a time. This means that no 2 skeins are exactly alike although they will be similar in shade and tone. This is a result of our special hand dying technique and is one of the reasons our customers love the yarn so much. This also creates a nice effect when multiple skeins are used in the same project.

Please contact us if you would like un-dyed yarn. We have some wonderful shades of brown, off-white (beige), and fawn.

Don't be afraid to fill up your cart! No hidden costs. No surprises at check out. We are subsidizing shipping so you only pay one flat fee - just $5.95. Enjoy!

International buyers, please contact us for shipping quote.

While our alpaca yarn is super soft and very comfortable, we do not recommend it for people with wool allergies.

❤ WE WANT YOU TO BE HAPPY with your purchase. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.



Please note that colors may appear different from monitor to monitor. We do our best to photograph as accurately as possible.

While we are not able to offer returns, please contact us if there are any issues with your order.

Hand dyed on the farm in a smoke free environment.

Photos by Clark Summit Alpacas.