ALL NATURAL SLEEPING BAG
Imagine camping in a pristine wilderness and cuddling up with a sleeping bag that is NOT made out of synthetic material. It is a whole new experience that you will love.
Our zippered sleeping bags are made out of Premium eco-wool batting and covered with organic cotton fabric.
We are still in the prototype stage (sorry folks it's been a while), but are taking the many steps forward to bring this product to market. It is so encouraging to know our customers are as excited as we are. We will keep you posted on progress.
Prototypes will be available at a discount when we get to the next stage of design.
If you would like to receive an update about when this product will be available or when we have discounted prototypes please send us an email.
Natural wool is a timeless option for bedding. It’s actually been used for centuries. Our grandmothers knew the many benefits that wool provides, now you do too.
Why Is Wool Bedding So Great?
Wool is the most breathable filling material available, making it both cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It actually helps to regulate your body temperature.
Wool is a natural material; something grown, not made in a lab. Your body knows the difference. Wool surpasses synthetic fill in terms of quality and durability.
Dust Mite Resistant
Wool is a great choice if dust mites bug you or if you’re allergic. Dust mites can't live in wool due to microscopic bristles on the wool fibers.
Anti-Microbial & Anti-Bacterial
Amazingly, wool resists bacteria. It’s actually both antimicrobial and antibacterial.
Naturally Fire Resistant
Wool is fire resistant, providing a safe sleeping environment. Wool does not catch on fire and actually acts as a natural fire retardant.
A Renewable Resource, From Sheep
Unlike bedding that uses plucked down feathers, a sheep grows a coat of wool annually and is not harmed during shearing (it’s like getting a haircut).
Supports Small Farms And Farmers
Wool is a sustainable product and helps small farmers make a living.
Sustainable And Lasting
With proper care, your woollen bedding can last for decades.
It Stays In Place In Your Bedding
Wool batting, being one continuous piece, stays in place in our products and is hand-tufted to further secure it. This is unlike down bedding which shifts over time and creates bare spots in a comforter.
Travel Product Care
Unmake Your Bed
One of the best things you can do is unmake your bed in the morning for a few hours, allowing the moisture you gave off during the night to evaporate from the wool bedding.
Sunning Your Bedding
Placing your wool bedding in the sun a few times per year is an excellent way to refresh and cleanse your bedding using the benefits of the sun. Sunning will naturally deodorize, bleach, disinfect, and revitalize your bedding.Protection Is Key: Protect your wool bedding by placing it inside an appropriate cotton cover that can be washed regularly and act as a barrier for your bedding during everyday use.
- Place a comforter inside a duvet cover
- Put your pillow inside a zippered pillow cover and then into a pillow case
- For mattress toppers, use a moisture barrier and then a fitted sheet
Do I need to wash my bedding before I use it?
No, your wool bedding is ready to use. There’s no need to wash it unless it’s your preference. There are no chemicals located in our production facility, no animals on-site, no finishes used on the fabric and we maintain a Scent Free facility.
Can my bedding be washed & how?
Most of our wool bedding can be washed using our special washing instructions provided with your purchase. If you need a copy of the washing instructions please Contact Us and we’ll email it to you as soon as possible.
In case of emergency:
- Gently spot clean the affected area.
- Set aside to later wash the entire product once you have received the washing instructions.
- You can also treat the problem area with live cultured enzymes which eliminate odors. (i.e. Biokleen makes a product called Bac Out.) These enzyme products can be found at your local health food store/ co-op.
- If you need another copy of the washing instructions, please contact us.
Can I take it to a dry cleaner?
We do not recommend dry cleaning unless it is taken to a certified "green" dry cleaner. Regular dry cleaners use chemicals to clean, defeating the purpose of having a natural bedding product.
Certifications & Testing
Green America - Gold Certified Business since 2007
Green America is a national, non-profit founded in 1982. (They went by the name "Co-op America" until 2009). America's Green Business Certification ensures companies operate according to a “values-based” social enterprise according to principles of social justice and environmental sustainability. In addition, certified businesses must be environmentally responsible in the way they run their operations and facilities, and in how they source raw materials, manufacture products, and market them. The Gold certification is completed by the Green America Standards Committee through an independent review.
Holy Lamb Organics holds the Gold Certification
The IOAS is a non-profit certification organization dedicated to the integrity of eco label claims in the field of organic and sustainable agriculture, environmental management, social justice and fair trade.
They work internationally to assess the competence of organizations providing certification to "sustainability" standards, meaning producers can work in a fair environment and consumers can trust the products bearing these labels and the company's contribution to a more sustainable and fairer world.
IAOS's role is as an independent technical expert. It verifies correct application of the standard and the requirements for certification.
All COTTON used at Holy Lamb Organics is IOAS certified.
Eco Wool is produced to the highest standards on local American farms; some of these standards are beyond those specified for organic materials. Eco Wool is not certified organic. At this time very little organic wool is available on the market; almost no organic wool is grown in the United States.
We have access to organic wool from New Zealand that is pure and clean, though due to it being only one type of wool, it doesn’t offer the kind of resilience or bounce that our Premium Eco Wool™ does. Our Eco Wool is a blend of about 7 different types of wool varying from fine to coarse in order to create the most ideal wool fiber for use in bedding.
Our WOOL is Premium Eco-Wool™ .
Independent testing organization for harmful substances according to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 for textile products since 1992. This organization provides manufacturers in the textile and clothing industry with a uniform benchmark on a scientific basis for the evaluation of potentially harmful substances in textiles. The OEKO-TEX® label indicates the additional benefits of tested safety for skin-friendly clothing and other textiles to interested end users. The International Oeko-Tex® Association, a union of 16 renowned institutes for textile research and testing in Europe and Japan, in over 60 countries worldwide. "Confidence in Textiles."
Raw materials holding OEKO-TEX® certification:
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified
An independent non-profit membership-led organization that sets standards under which forests and companies are certified.
Their membership consists of three equally weighted chambers; environmental, economic, and social.
The FSC's mission is to promote environmentally sound, socially beneficial and economically prosperous management of the world's forests through a certification process that involves 10 principles and 57 criteria that apply to FSC-Certified forests around the world.
FSC operates in more than 80 countries, wherever forests are present.
Raw materials holding FSC certification:
UC Davis Toxicology Lab Tested
All of the wool we use in manufacturing is tested for heavy metals through fiber sample analysis.
The official report indicates: "No toxic compounds were detected....Growers and ranchers raise sheep relative to organic standards (do not use herbicides, pesticides or growth hormones)."
Element Materials Technology Tested
All of our raw materials at Holy Lamb Organics are required by law to pass a specific Phthalates test (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act CPSIA of 2008). The tests are regularly conducted by this agency.
All of our toppers and mattresses are also required to meet the cigarette burn test 1633. Our verification is printed on all of our sewn-in product labels: "This Product Complies with the Federal Flammability Standard 16 CFR part 1632".
Fast Shipping: most of our orders ship within 1-5 days. Pretty good for products made by hand, eh?
- Shipping Notifications & Tracking: Email notifications are sent the day shipping occurs and tracking information is included.
- Shipping Costs: Please see our shipping cost information.
We want you to be satisfied with your purchase. Take a look:
Basic Return Policy:
All items (except mattresses) are returnable as long the criteria below are followed.
- You may return the product for any reason within 30 days from receipt of purchase. For all exceptions, please read our entire Return Policy.
- Items must be unused, unwashed and in the original packaging.
NO RETURNS on any unused mattresses except the All Wool Mattress, which has a 15% restocking fee. All other mattress are ALL SALES FINAL.
NO RETURNS on Clearance items. ALL SALES FINAL.
At Holy Lamb Organics, we make our sustainable natural bedding products with integrity...so everyone sleeps well at night. We stand by our materials, our handwork and our service. We promise to hold ourselves to the highest standards using local, sustainable, high quality natural bedding. Your excellent experience with us and complete satisfaction with our products is of utmost importance.
Cross our hearts.Warranties
- Product Overview
- Product Specifications
- Benefits of Wool
- Travel Care
- Shipping & Returns
Organic Cotton fabric
Machine Washable-gentle with special instructions
Hand made in Oakville, WA USA by Holy Lamb Organics
Always impressed to still see products hand made and from truly organic materials.
Peter - Toronto, Ontario, Canada