How is Wool Processed? From Sheep to Sheets: Stage 2

How is Wool Processed? From Sheep to Sheets: Stage 2

We’ve been exploring the process of wool, from the pastures to the finished product, to help you gain a better understanding of the wool we use to make our organic bedding products. All of our wool is processed at Woolgatherer Carding Mill, located just down the road...
How is Wool Processed? From Sheep to Sheets: Stage 1

How is Wool Processed? From Sheep to Sheets: Stage 1

Thanks to the amazing Woolgatherer Carding Mill, located just down the road from us in Montague, California, we’re able to create some of the finest wool products in the world. Woolgatherer follows the wool through every stage, from the pastures to the finished...
Common Misconceptions About Wool, Myth #2: “Wool is Hot”

Common Misconceptions About Wool, Myth #2: “Wool is Hot”

Wool is a permeable fabric, meaning it allows moisture such as perspiration to pass through the core of the fibers. This helps your body regulate its own temperature so you feel dry and warm when it’s cold outside and cool but not sweaty when it’s hot. When the...
Can Wool Keep You Cool in the Summer?

Can Wool Keep You Cool in the Summer?

A question we hear a lot is: but won’t a wool mattress make me hot? This question comes up a lot because so many of us know firsthand how wonderfully warming wool is in cold environments. How could you get through winter without your favorite cable-knit wool...

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