About American Alpaca Yarn: We are a premier provider of alpaca yarn, skeins, rug yarns and more. The fiber and processing is done by our very own Three Points Fiber Mill. We are a small family owned and operated semi-worsted fiber processing mill specializing in alpaca, sheep’s wool and angora goat fiber. We’re a custom fiber processing mill that produces yarn, roving, batts and felted fabric for small farms across the country. As a small business and American Alpaca Yarn provider, we welcome custom orders, bulk purchases and are happy to collaborate.
Our American Alpaca Yarn store and Three Points Fiber Mill is situated in Sunman, Indiana, adjacent to our alpaca farm, the mill is conveniently located just a mile off Interstate 74, between Cincinnati, OH and Indianapolis, IN.
What makes American Alpaca Yarn unique is our mission. At our Three Points Fiber Mill, we strive to utilize sustainable agricultural and fiber processing techniques to minimize our impact on the environment, provide a value added service to fiber producers at competitive prices and produce the highest quality finished products for our customers.
Throughout the milling process we use renewable resources and eco-friendly products whenever possible. In the future, we hope the farm and mill will be 100% green while continuing to provide superior products to our customers.
Learn more about American Alpaca Yarn by shopping online or visiting our yarn store in Sunman, IN.
Three Points Alpaca Farm, Fiber Mill and now American Alpaca Yarn, grew out of Mike’s lifelong desire to own a small farm and his love of animals. Fortunately, Nancy was willing to help make the dream a reality, although she likens herself to Lisa Douglas (Eva Gabor) of Green Acres. After years of research, we decided on alpaca because of their high-quality fleece, low environmental impact, ease of herd management and they’re adorable so what’s not to love? From the beginning, we have always planned to open a fiber mill and yarn store as it is a natural extension of the alpaca farm.