Comforters Filled With 100% Organic Wool

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Here are some comforters that are filled with 100% organic wool, and have organic cotton covers:

100% Organic Wool Comforter by Delara

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This 100% Organic Wool Comforter by Delara

This comforter is filled with New Zealand wool. It is GOTS-certified in the USA and OEKO-TEX-certified. This comforter comes with a 100% organic cotton sateen cover.

Link: Delara Website

100% Natural Wool Comforter by Sleep and Beyond

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This Natural Wool Comforter by Sleep and Beyond is filled with 100% Shropshire wool. Shropshire wool is known to be light, elastic, and fine to the touch.

The wool undergoes a sustainable “biowash” treatment that makes the fiber washable and not shrinkable. The comforter is encased in an unbleached cotton percale cover.

Sleep and Beyond say they use “only 100% organic merino wool, 100% natural Shropshire wool, organic and natural cotton, and natural latex”. The company raises its merino sheep in the Kyrgyz Republic. They are a fair trade employer.

100% Alpaca Wool Comforter by Ave Maria

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This is a 100% Peruvian Alpaca Wool Comforter by Ave Maria.

Alpaca wool is one of the warmest fibers that can be used to fill comforters.

Ave Maria is based in Lima, Peru, and gets their wool from alpacas naturally grazing in the ranges of the Andes Mountains in Peru, at altitudes of 3000 meters or higher above sea level.

The company says “no pesticides, chemicals, dyes, or bleaches are used, and the naturally dry and clean fill prevents dust mites and other allergens from settling in.”

The comforters come with a 100% organic cotton cover.

The wool also contains no lanolin so they are hypoallergenic and odorless. They have excellent moisture “wicking” properties. Body moisture is absorbed by the fiber, keeping sweat away to be released to the outside of the comforter.

Alpacas are kept in herds that graze in the mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, and Chile.

Link: Ave Maria website.

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