In our Farm Store

Hilltop Shetland Naturals

Our collection of lofty soft worsted weight yarn in the natural colors of Shetland wool


Hilltop Shetland-Hand Dyed

Our collection of farm grown worsted yarn dyed right on the farm!


Sweet Tree Hill Farm Original Patterns

We are starting to design patterns for our yarn, check back often as more will be posted.



Embroidered Felt!
We are now stocking hand dyed, felted and embroidered little purses….


…necklaces and…..
All are lovely artisan gifts.

Signature Hand-blended roving and batts for hand spinners and felters.

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And more Hand Spun yarn! Hand dyed roving, then hand spun. You can’t get these color effects any other way!

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2 Skeins of Handspun Merino Wool-hand dyed in “HoriZEN”

Angora Felted Goat’s Milk Soap-lavender scented

2 Skeins of Handspun Merino-hand dyed in “Purple Mountain”

Shetland Wool Felted Goat’s Milk Soap

Beaded Victorian knitted collar kit with handspun angora yarn and beads

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