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November 22, 2018

Holiday Weekend SALES!

The BIG shopping weekend is upon us! If you have crafty friends, loved ones, or are just in the mood to treat yourself, this holiday weekend is a fantastic time to take advantage of some pretty great once-per-year discounts at Cedar Hill Farm Company. We always strive to provide eco-friendly yarns–in fact, we’re so concerned about it that we grow our own yarn right here at Cedar Hill Farm in the North Georgia Mountains. Nearly everything we offer is touched by my own hands at nearly every step of the way, from hand-sewn project bags in all shapes and sizes to drum carded natural roving to yarn that is grown here to the hand dyeing process for our yarns and braided roving that takes place here in the fresh mountain air.

What’s going on at this week/weekend? Visit and you’ll find out!

* Now through Sunday, November 25: FREE SHIPPING to U.S. and Canada customers on orders of $40 or more with code HOLIDAY.
* Wednesday, November 21 – Monday, November 26: 20% off all in-stock project bags (no code required)
*Small Business Saturday: Take 15% off all in-stock Chiaogoo Red Lace circular needles (no code required)
*Cyber Monday: Take 15% off all in-stock yarns with coupon code CM15.

And if you’re in the market for a knitting pattern to gift to a crafty friend on Ravelry or to download for your Thanksgiving Day Cast-On, then visit my pattern store on Ravelry for a 20% Discount on all my patterns, Nov. 21 – 26. (Discount is automatically applied at checkout.)

From all of us at Cedar Hill Farm Company to you and yours,

Happy Holidays!

Keya Kuhn
Cedar Hill Farm Company

October 27, 2017

Book Release: South

It has taken two years of collaboration between two crazy English teachers from Georgia and Washington state, but just in time for holiday knitting, my first knitting pattern book is finally LIVE! I have designed seven of the patterns in the collection, and the photography and bunny-soft beret pattern are courtesy of my partner, Michelle Guilmet-Buck.

South is a collection of modern accessory patterns that blur the lines of culture, gender, and generation. The eight patterns in this collection are designed to be adaptable to any situation or social event, as well as being relatively straightforward and easy enough for even the knitting novice. The collection includes four patterns for women and four patterns for men. Although the book is available in its entirety electronically, because we have elected to first make it available online, it is also possible to purchase the patterns of the collection individually. The pattern collection is available on Ravelry, as well as the individual patterns. Craftsy offers the individual patterns for purchase as well.

February 21, 2017

Ripple Socks!

There’s a sexy new sock pattern on the market and if you are a lover of socks and hand dyed yarns, you’ll definitely want it!

Introducing, the Ripple Socks pattern. This wavy eyelet sock pattern is one of the few out there that is written with the knitter in mind. Independent written instructions are included for knitters who knit their socks with DPNs, for knitters who like to work with independent circulars and knitters who prefer to waste no time on second sock syndrome and knit their socks two at a time. This pattern features top-down construction with an afterthought heel and a wedge toe. Because of the unique stitch pattern, the added benefit is that both the leg and the foot are stretchy! You don’t often find a lacy sock pattern that conforms perfectly to the curves and uniqueness of your foot and leg.

And did I mention that this pattern holds its own against the randomness of hand dyed yarns? This special pattern will not be swallowed up by even the craziest of dye patterns. And if you aren’t into wildly hand painted yarns, this pattern is also gorgeous in solids and semi-solids, too. (Shown here, the Ripple Socks are knit in Cedar Hill Farm Company’s “Ellis Island” on the Journey base.)

This pattern is available on Ravelry, Craftsy, and at

January 25, 2017

Sock Fever!

I don’t know about you, but January has given me a serious case of sock fever! I have more or less cast all WIPs aside in favor of sock knitting, and I can’t seem to cast on enough! If you find yourself to be suffering from sock fever, then you’ll definitely want to check out the Traveler base. Like the Cedar Hill Farm Company website, Traveler has a new look that I know you’ll love! If you haven’t tried superwash British BFL for sock knitting, you have been missing out. This soft, hard-wearing fingering weight yarn is everything you want from a sock yarn with the added advantage of being available in a rainbow of tonal colorways.

And, ever new sock project deserves a new project bag, so also be sure to check out the seven new fabrics available for the double-grommet project bags, including some serious sheep love, yoga farm animals, a trendy floral, and butterflies! Whether you knit two-at-a-time or you have two different sock projects on the needles and want to keep them both close at hand, these 7″ x 9″ bags are perfect for taking your sock projects wherever you go.

November 23, 2016

Holiday Weekend SALE!

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are upon us again, and you know what that means: YARN SALE! So, from Friday, Nov. 25 through Monday, Nov. 28, save 20% off of all in-stock items at Cedar Hill Farm Company. This sale includes holiday bags, needle cozies, and already reduced yarns in our Sale section with coupon code BFCM20.

It’s also gift exchange season. I know that I have a few swaps going in my Ravelry groups and I am sure that you do, too. Cedar Hill Farm Company has kitchy cool project keepers, hand-sewn project bags in a variety of sizes, needle cozies for DPNs and circular needles, Chiaogoo Red Lace circular needles, and, of course, some pretty darned gorgeous indie dyed yarns and roving. Take advantage of this weekend’s savings to stock up on everything you’ll need for those special holiday swaps and gift exchanges!

November 16, 2016


It’s been quite a while since I’ve been able to publish a new pattern. Since I am currently in the process of co-authoring a pattern book, all of my energies this year have gone in that direction and everything is very hush-hush. However, it’s basketball season at my house, and that means that something simple and fun needed to be on my needles to keep me in my seat instead of up and yelling at the referees. That’s exactly how the Verge Shawl, and its name, has come about–“verge” meaning on the edge, which is where I spent most of my time while knitting it.

Knit on the bias in light worsted weight yarn (Miss Babs Yowza), Verge is a versatile and reversible shawl pattern. This triangular shawl is worked in garter stitch, making gauge optional. It is finished with a broad openwork lace edge that gives just enough of an elegant touch. Not only is this pattern visually reversible, but it is also incredibly versatile. The size and shape make it wearable as a shawl, a scarf, or a cowl, which is perfect if you live in an area of ever-changing and unpredictable weather like I do. Although the pattern was initially worked up in worsted weight, it can also be knit in DK weight and instructions are included in the pattern for this yarn substitution.

The aspect that I enjoy most about this shawl is that it is simple enough for both beginning knitters and experienced knitters who knit while their attention is focused elsewhere, like on a sporting event or a television program. This pattern is available on Ravelry, Craftsy, and at

October 12, 2016

Single Sheep is Here!

We spent an entire year growing it, then waited between four months for it to come back from the mill, but the 2016 batch of Single Sheep is finally here! This American-grown, Corriedale Cross yarn is a 100% wool single-ply fingering weight yarn with a luminosity that will make your head spin! Every hand-dyed, semi-solid skein literally glows in the sunlight. There’s absolutely nothing on the market like it. Each skein weighs in at 400 yards per 100 grams, and this is a perfect yarn choice for fingering weight garments and accessories. Guilty secret: I dyed up a sweater’s worth of it for myself and have already squirreled it away for my November sweater cast-on. If you are interested in a sweater’s worth for yourself, please contact me for a custom order. I am only dyeing and listing this limited quantity base in small batches.

This year’s colorways include: Blackberry Moonshine, Butternut, Cypress, Green Apple, Tickle Me, Blue Spruce, Coal Dust, Autumn Sky, Stormy Afternoon, Crocus, Rain Barrel, and Natural. We also have a few skeins remaining of our 2015 run in Still Waters.

On a side note, Cedar Hill Farm Co. will have a booth at Fiber in the Boro in Murfreesboro, Tennessee on Saturday, October 22nd. If you are in the area, we hope you’ll stop by and say “hey!’

Shop Update: Needle Cozies!!

Although I have never been a prolific user of DPNs, a recent project requires them. One of the greatest hassles of knitting with DPNs is the management of them between using them. If you have ever lost a DPN in your car, between the sofa cushions, or, like I did this morning, down the heating/air vent in the living room, then you know what I am talking about! Well, lose those DPNs no longer!

Introducing the Cedar Hill Farm Company version of the needle cozy! I started by making one for myself, and then I just couldn’t stop making them. These handy little cases come in two sizes: 8.5″ x 2.5 ” (21.5 cm x 6.5 cm) and 7″ x 2.5″ (17.5 cm x 6.5 cm). These hand-sewn needle keepers are designed to protect the live stitches of your knitting projects, as well as both DPNs and circular knitting needles. This case will allow you to keep your DPNs in place while storing them between knitting sessions, but it also is ideal for storing your DPNs when not in use. As a case for circular needles, the 8.5″ size allows you to snap the cable into place to prevent it from moving or becoming tangled in your project bag, while keeping your live stitches in place. Because these cozies are 1/2″ deeper than most cozies out there, they are also great for storing you circular needles (both interchangeable and fixed) between projects.

There is quite a variety of patterns and colors in both sizes currently available at Check out this new addition to the shop and save yourself a little knitterly aggravation as you knit your way through Socktober!

September 15, 2016

Shop Update

There has been a serious shop update at Cedar Hill Farm Company! New colorways have been added to nearly every available base, especially to Rocket Sock and Traveler, because sock knitting is in full swing and Socktober is on the horizon. You’ll love our selection of self-striping and multi-colored yarns that not only work up like a dream in your hands, but are also completely colorfast and machine washable.

We have also begun carrying kits for two patterns: All About That Curve (ankle socks with a Sweet Tomato Heel) and Inverse Mitts (fingerless stranded color work mitts). Each kit contains notions necessary for pattern completion. Choose your colorways or let us do it for you. Both kits create perfect accessories for the much-anticipated cooler weather of Autumn.

In addition to all of the new yarns, we also have plenty of new project bags to choose from. Our ever-popular two-grommet bags are perfect for small take-along projects and fit easily inside a purse, tote, or backpack. Our set-in zipper design allows you to keep your project tucked safely inside the bag without the worry of catching your yarn in the the zipper. Our sweater-size bags feature and nylon webbing wristlet and are just the right size for taking your sweater project on an outing. Both types of project bags are completely machine washable/dryable and are fully lined with no visible seams.

Finally, a new shop section has been added: Needles & Such. Beginning in September, Chiaogoo Red Lace needles and other needle favorites will be available, as well as a variety of other knit-knacks like fun project keepers and stitch marker sets, including the full collection of Dr. Who project keepers.

Stop by the shop today to see what’s new and replenish your stash or pick up a few holiday gifts (because you’re already getting a jump on your gift list). Knitting season is definitely upon us!

New for Summer

It seems like there’s a new KAL every minute and the sock craze is in full swing now that summer has officially arrived, so why not join one and work up something stunning in one of the new summer colorways from Cedar Hill Farm Company? This week’s shop update includes new colorways of Journey, Traveler, and Gypsy. All of these Merino yarns are squishy, hand-painted fingering-weight yarns that are perfect for lightweight summer projects, especially your favorite summer project and mine: socks!

New colorways of Traveler include: Newsprint, Hot Chocolate, and Pink Sunglasses. Each one is dyed in a unique gradient fashion that gives you sock knitters a gradient striping pattern.

New colorways of Journey include: Ellis Island, Tokyo, and a livelier lot of La Rue de Paris. I’m so in love with these three new colorways that it’s taking all of my will power to share them!

Finally, new colorways of Gypsy include: Cupcake, Gaugin, and Abstract Butterfly. These Australian Merino (2-ply) speckled yarns work up perfectly for socks, lace scarves, and baby items.

Happy crafting!

Keya Kuhn
Cedar Hill Farm Company