About Us



We are a small manufacturing company dedicated to creating exceptional natural bedding products. We handcraft our products locally in a small rural town near Olympia, WA, in the historic "Little Bit" General Store built in 1902 that served the Oakville community for over 85 years. We have been in business since 2000. Read more about our story. Our bedding line is featured in over 80 stores across the USA and Canada, and we currently employ approximately 17-25 people at any given time.

Our specialty is using only organic cotton fabrics and local Premium Eco-Wool, paired with our minimal waste manufacturing and sustainability practices in every step. Our goal is to bring you the very best!

Value-Based Company

Our business foundation is rooted in sustainable choices for everyone involved. We've considered each step in our manufacturing process and have minimized our eco footprint right from the start. 

In business since 2000, our eco footprint is actually still shrinking. Why? We’re continually measuring and striving to make it smaller applying Permaculture principles to everything we do. “The proof is in the pudding,” they say. Well, here’s a top level look at what’s in our pudding:

Sustainable Practices in Every Step

How we make our natural bedding is equally as important as what we make. Every aspect of how we do business, what we make and how we make it has gone through careful consideration and conscious choice-making.

  • Permaculture principles applied through every fabric of this company.
  • Raw materials sourced from credible & high quality mills
  • Careful consideration of all vendors we work with
  • Pledged to using only natural, local materials
  • Commitment to manufacturing in the USA
  • Vigilant to our strive-to-be Zero Waste philosophy
  • Promise to our employees: creating a outstanding work environment

Strive-to-be Zero Waste of Our Manufacturing By-Products:

We reuse, recycle, or compost ALL materials used in production. None of our raw materials ever go into a landfill. Scraps and policies include:

  • ReKindle Program: Up-cycling small pieces of fabric and wool into useful products.
  • Free Bin to giveaway or donate to schools for their creative projects.
  • Our tiniest fabric bits and threads are composted or mulched.
  • Plastic-Free Plastic Packaging policy
  • Cradle to Cradle Practices:  We create bedding that does no harm. You may return your bedding to the earth by recycling, composting, or re-purposing it -- doing no harm to the land, animals or people who live here.

The Highest Quality Natural Materials

We’re a small company that ONLY offers a line of natural bedding. (We’re NOT a big company that offers a line of green bedding.) We use only:

  • Natural materials, no synthetics.
  • Organic cotton fabrics.
  • Top of the line wool grown by small USA sheep farmers who participate in our Sustainable Wool Program.
  • Discover more about our Premium Eco Wool

Chemical & Fragrance-Free Facility:

We guarantee that our facility is a dedicated fragrance-free environment. A good percentage of customers count on us to deliver fragrance-free products. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) is a concern for many of our customers and employees.

  • Our employees come to work using only natural and fragrance-free products.
  • All of our cleaning products are guaranteed natural and safe.
  • We ask our customers when visiting our showroom to be fragrance free.

Green Building Practices:

We use natural building products, FSC lumber, and salvaged building materials for renovations to our manufacturing facility.

  • In 2009, our building was insulated for the first time, and it was built in 1902!
  • We chose a green insulation product called Aircrete for insulating the walls instead of fiberglass. It’s made of natural materials so benign you can eat it!
  • Salvaged building materials are purchased from local reused building materials stores in our community.
  • Sustainably harvested lumber is sourced locally, particularly from a leading forest steward Wild Thyme Farm an FSC™ (a certified sustainable permaculture tree farm with a 150 acre immaculate forest).
  • Our woodwork is finished with non-toxic products.
  • Recently installed efficient LED bulbs for all of our lighting.

Excellent Customer Service:

Providing excellent customer service is at the heart of what we do and built into our formal mission statement. It includes:

  • Dedicated phone support
  • Showroom open to public
  • Extensive training and education of our reps
  • Prompt order confirmations & tracking info
  • On time shipping: most of our orders ship within 1-5 days. Pretty good for products made by hand.
  • Custom support & solutions

Employee Practices & Benefits:

Holy Lamb Organics provides green jobs in a rural town of 700 people and very few businesses. We’re committed to:

  • Manufacturing in the USA, not outsourcing
  • Offering competitive living wages
  • Offering health care benefits
  • Giving paid vacation & sick leave
  • Generous employee discount

This is what you support when you make a purchase. 

Handmade & Local

Before our comforters, toppers and pillows are sewn, stuffed and stitched, the raw materials must be precisely measured and cut according to specific instructions. The stitching, stuffing, tufting and finish work are completed and each piece is inspected for quality in craftsmanship.

Speaking of quality

Throughout the whole creation of your bedding, each person on our team is invested in making a great product. All team members have the responsibility to check the quality before it goes on to the next step and the next person.

We have an incredible production team of happy people making happy products. Every day.

Company Mission...

To promote health and well-being, and to strengthen an economy based on ecology through manufacturing a line of high quality, all-natural, made in the USA organic bedding products produced using sustainable and ecological practices.

Holy Lamb Organics specializes in using only organic cotton fabrics and sustainable USA wool from the Western Regions. We are proud to be a zero waste company (reusing/recycling all of our production by-products) and are committed to providing exceptional customer service and quality products.

Our Staff

Group Staff Photo of Holy Lamb Organics outside of the Lil Bit in Oakville, WA