Artisan Yarns From

Hampden Hills Alpacas

Like Fine Wines, we feel that quality Artisan Yarns are hand-crafted with care and passion.  Our hand-painted and hand-dyed yarns are dyed by hand in small batches on our Massachusetts alpaca farm.  There is nothing commercial about our luxury yarns.  We feel if you are going to invest hours of your precious time hand knitting a project, you will want to use the best yarn you can afford.  Our yarns are sinfully soft, are a joy to work with, in colors to inspire.  OH - and we feel fine wine and fine yarns are natural partners!



Alpaca Magic

Creé-Ah's Breath

Our Creé-Ah's Breath yarn is a sinfully soft DK (Lt worsted) weight yarn which has become so popular in today's knitting patterns. Available in Hand Painted, Subtle Shades collection or Solids.
80 gm/200 yd per skein
28 sts = 4" US 5/6 needle
​100% Baby Alpaca
Our Alpaca Magic is just that - MAGIC!  Use as a Worsted weight or Chunky yarn depending on your size needle.  Like knitting with a teddy bear! Available in Hand Painted, Subtle Shades or Solids.

100 gm/102 yd per skein 
20-25 sts = 4" on US 7 & 9 Needles  100% Baby Alpaca
Available this fall - our new Alpaca Silk in DK ( Lt Worsted) weight.  This gorgeous yarn has incredible sheen, drape and decadent feel as you knit.  Create a true heirloom piece.  Also available in our Hand Painted, Subtle Shades or Solids
100gm/246 yd per skein
28 sts = 4" US 5/6 Needle
70% Alpaca/30% Silk


Expecting a Masterpiece

with Artisan Yarns.​

4-SEASONS ALPACA CLUB (Rolling Enrollment)  A One Year Subscription Includes:

  • 4 Quarterly mailings of our Hand-Dyed Artisan Alpaca yarns which include either 2 skeins of Creé-Ah's Breath, 2 skeins of Alpaca Magic or 1 Skein of our new Alpaca Silk (available Fall 2013.)
  • Access to certain new colorways 6 months before general public.
  • Access to exclusive pattern 6 months before general public.
  • Special surprises in each mailing.
  • Shipping included in the Continental U.S.

Join our Ravelry Group:  "Friends Of Hampden Hills Alpacas"