Return Policy

Custom Orders, OOAK Bundles, and Fabrics are non refundable.

Returns must be made within 5 days of delivery and include a $2 restocking fee per skein/item + Shipping Charges.

Exchanges must be made within 5 days of delivery and include a 100% store credit once item is received.

If orders are not returned within 5 days after return request has been approved, the return approval will be denied and packages not accepted.

Damaged packages & any discrepancies on our part will be taken care of ASAP

Returns can be sent to:

The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers
320 Central Ave
Great Falls, MT 59401

Terms & Conditions

  • We ship Tuesday through Friday. On average shipments are out the door within 24 hours on those shipping days. Sometimes, if we need to re-dye yarn to match the dye lot exactly it can take up to 7 days to get packages out.

  • Purchases over $100 have FREE shipping, however Farmer's Daughter Fibers will choose delivery method.

  • The Farmer's Daughter Fibers is not responsible for lost or stolen packages. Refunds will not be made for lost or stolen packages.

  • We always make sure your skeins are matching as best as they can (if they don’t we re-dye a matching batch!) If you're on the fence about purchasing one more skein, we cannot match it later on. We know it’s an investment to knit with hand dyed yarns and we don’t want you to be disappointed by having to finish a garment in a different shade.

  • We do our best to accurately represent colors and fibers. However, different monitors will show color differently. Please take this into account while shopping. We lightly retouch photos to show increasing lighting and clarity.

  • All yarn is hand dyed by us. We dye in small batches and there will be some variation in color between skeins, as that is the nature of hand dyed yarn. Alternating skeins is recommended!

  • We do our best to fully rinse out excess dye after dyeing. However, some colors may bleed when you wash or block your project. We recommend washing in cool water, and separately from all other items. This is especially crucial for the first wash, as this is when color is most likely to bleed.