Three Points
Fiber Mill

Transforming fiber into custom yarns, rovings, batts, & felted fabrics

Fiber Processing

Specializing in alpaca, angora goat mohair and sheep's wool, our mill processes fiber and produces yarn, roving, batts, and felted fabrics for small farms across the country.

Alpaca herd services

We’d love to have the opportunity to share our experiences with you and help you develop your alpaca herd. ​

Yarn Shop

Shop our already spun Alpaca yarn created from our very own Alpaca fiber. ​

Three Points Fiber Mill is 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. 

Click here to learn more about our Alpaca fiber processing

Click here to learn more about our Angora Goat Mohair fiber processing

Click here to learn more about our Sheep’s Wool processing

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August 3, 2020
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We have lovingly dubbed this yarn Purple Pumpkin Eater! 100% alpaca, 3ply worsted weight, 150 yard skeins. We will have this available on our Etsy shop shortly.

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July 31, 2020
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We're happy to share the start of our latest yarn creation! Stay tuned for the final product 😍😍

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July 21, 2020
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A few of the babies Goose, Lexington and Miss Sassy Pants enjoying the morning with Misha and Electra.

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July 16, 2020
100% Baby Alpaca 3 Ply Worsted Weight Yarn

We absolutely love this yarn and the color is amazing. Super soft 3 ply worsted weight 100% alpaca. The fiber came from our own Bearcat and Easter Lilly Love.

100% ultra soft baby alpaca yarn, 3 ply worsted weight. Olive brown with orange fleck throughout. Home grown and spun on our small farm in southeastern Indiana.