The Ultimate Wool Bedding Guide
Is wool right for you? Find all the info you need in the resources below.
Sheep’s wool has been around for centuries as a much sought after bedding material. On top of being ultra cozy, wool is naturally flame resistant, chemical free, temperature regulating, hypoallergenic and eco-friendly. In this bedding guide, we’ll break down the basics of wool bedding, including how to care for your bedding, the many benefits of wool and what makes Shepherd’s Dream different.
The material and fabric you choose for your bed matters. Continue reading to learn why wool is a wonderful choice.
Wool Bedding 101: The Baaasics
- Tips for Buying a Natural Mattress
Wool Bedding Care
About Shepherd’s Dream
Icebreaker: Beautiful, durable and soft wool clothing
Ibex: Quality sportswear, casual wool/cotton clothing
Smartwool: More quality wool clothing including base layers and socks
Patagonia: Makers of fine casual clothing made of all kinds of organic, natural and recycled materials
Healthy Living Advice
Debra Lynn Dadd: Debra provides excellent advice on everything from where you sleep to how you build your home. A number of Shepherd’s Dream products have been included in Debra’s recommended products lists, including our all-wool mattresses, wool mattress toppers, wool-filled comforters, wool mattress protectors, wool blankets, wool felts, baby bedding and wool-filled pillows.
Natural Wool Washes
Eucalan: Natural, no-rinse wool wash
Kookaburra: Natural wool wash to wash your delicates and woolies
Earth Mama Angel Baby: Natural products for babies and their mamas
Healthy Cabinet Makers: Organic furniture for people with chemical sensitivities
Building & Construction
Oregon Shepherd: Natural wool insulation for your building projects