About Us

Cedar Hill Farm Co. (a family-owned business since 2013) offers yarn and fiber that is locally sourced and hand painted on the Cedar Hill Farm in the Northeast Georgia mountains. We are also in the process of expanding our own sheep crossbred herd, and you can get your own Cedar Hill Farm CoAmerican farm-raised yarn with our Single Sheep base. Our flock is slaughter-free, so we raise our sheep solely for the purpose of gathering the wool to produce yarn and spinning fiber.

You might wonder what makes Cedar Hill Farm Company yarn different from the highly commercial, mass-marketed yarn of your local yarn shops and the highly publicized online companies.  Well, to be honest, our yarns aren't for everyone.  They are for the discerning yarn buyer who shares our opinion that if a person is going to put hours, days, weeks, and months into a knitted, crocheted, or woven project, then it doesn't make any sense to use cheap, factory-produced synthetic yarns.  Like you, I want my finished object to be unique and eye-popping.  I want the recipient of my efforts to be in love with both what I've made and from what I've made it.


The yarns that we offer are everything that you are looking for to give you the confidence to share your love of crafting with the people of your world.  Our yarns are guaranteed not to bleed or fade under normal care conditions and they are crafted by hand, not mass-produced in a factory in China or Peru.  Our fleece is milled at Mountain Meadow Mill in Buffalo, Wyoming. Each hank of yarn that we dye is unique in and of itself, even if we have several hanks available in that color way.  

I want my yarn and what I make from it to be treasured for generations to come. Don't you?

We are very concerned with being as green as possible at Cedar Hill Farm.  Just like our farm-grown vegetables, all of our yarns, fibers, and dyes have been produced in an eco-friendly manner. We use only eco-friendly, non-toxic dyes and locally sourced, grown-in-America yarns and fibers (except for our British BFL base). Our yarns are dyed in small batches, often 1, 2, or 3 skeins at a time, to ensure high quality and originality.  No two hand painted or hand dyed skeins are exactly alike, even if they were produced in the same dye lot.  Our spinning fiber is locally sourced from alpaca and llama farms within the Southeastern United States.

The yarn or fiber that you purchase from us has been handled with care and is guaranteed to be of top quality.  We don't want to work with sub-standard materials, and we don't want you to either.  If you have any concerns about the quality of your order, please contact us so that we can make it right. 

We ship directly to your home. We also offer custom dyeing, which is something that you don't get from the commercial yarn labels.  Send us a picture and we'll send you your matching yarn!

Due to the social media climate that restricts the advertisement of conservative small businesses in the United States, our media platforms have changed. As well, we are having to regroup with a new newsletter company, so that process is currently on pause. If you would like to be made aware of shop updates, please join our Telegram channel below. Shop updates are posted there and you can get an automatic notification to your compute, tablet, or phone when we post. You can find us here:

Instagram: @cedarhillyarns

Vero: @theyarnlady

MeWe: Keya Kuhn

Telegram Channel: https://t.me/cedarhillyarns

Pinterest: cedarhillfarmco


Thanks for visiting us and happy crafting!


Keya Kuhn

Owner & Dye Specialist