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Amazing projects have been made by our recent costumers. 

Weaving

Handmade fabric with a natural yarn.Natural and chemical free. 

Made with natural 10/3 hemp yarn ply. Available on our online store. 

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Quilting

Beautiful quilt filled and ready to make a cozy bed decor.

Made with 300gsm sheep wool chemical free treated anti-mites benefits. 

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Kniting

Handmade tea towels. Soft fabric, washable and sustainable.  

Made with our 10/4 natural color ply. Available on our online store. 

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Filling

Creative projects can use a natural and safe stuffing. 

Made with sheep loose wool 500gsm bags can be sheared to your needs. 

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Why use wool for insulation?

Our 100% organic sheep's wool was imported from France.

French wool is famous for its unique insulative properites, making it a preferred material for clothing, blankets and now, insulation of vans, RVs, tiny houses, and any place that needs to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Wool is a material that is known for quality and comfort, and is 100 percent natural!

 

The world is already over-saturated with harmful synthetic materials, why use a unnatural source of insulation when nature provides an organic solution that humanity has used for millennia?

 

This all-natural fiber is a sustainable, renewable, and organically produced, so you know you are using a product that is not hurting our planet. Wool is also naturally flame retardant, moisture wicking, mildew and mold resistant, hypoallergenic, and is endowed with a durability and flexibility that makes it the ideal material for all of your insulation needs!

Benefits:

  • Fire Resistant.

  • Moisture Wicking.

  • Mildew & Mold Resistant.

  • Hypoallergenic.

  • Extremely Flexible & Durable.

  • Environmentally.

  • Wool Also Keeps You Cool.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Before you start insulating your van, bus, tiny home, or trailer, there are some basic terms to familiarize yourself with:

R value

Every insulating product has an r-value. This is the measure of resistance to the flow of heat through a given thickness of a material, with higher numbers indicating better insulating properties. The R-value of wool is approximately 3.5 to 3.8 per inch of material thickness, making it 0.3 to 0.6 points higher than fiberglass, cellulose, or mineral wool.  Our wool batts can be layered to increase R-value, or torn into smaller bits to fill small crevices, joints, and other hard to reach areas

Radiant Barrier

A radiant barrier is a layer of material that prevents the transfer of radiant heat by reflecting the heat that comes in contact with it across an air space and by reducing the amount of radiant heat it transmits from itself across an air space. However, if there is not an Air Gap between your radiant barrier your heat will not reflect back in, and will escape from your insulated area. This process is known as thermal bridging.

 

 

Air Gap

Your air gap is the air bubble around your insulation that allows your radiant barrier to prevent heat from being conducted in or out. This pocket of air is extremely important in your insulation process, as it prevents thermal bridging, so your heat cannot be lost due to conduction.

Thermal Bridging

is an area or component of an object which is more conductive than the surrounding materials, creating a path of least resistance for heat transfer. While insulating your van, trailer, or tiny house, please remember to leave at least a 1/2 inch air gap for your radiant barrier to work and your space to achieve efficient insulation.

Condensation

Condensation is the build of of water vapor in insulated area due to the meeting of cold and warm air on a given surface. This is often caused by thermal bridging or not having sufficient ventilation to prevent the build up of humidity, mold, and mildew. Sheep wool is an ideal insulation material to prevent the build up of mold and mildew, due to its moisture wicking properties.

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