Batting-Wool-By the Yard

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  • QTYPRICE PER yard(s)
    1–4 $67.95
    5–9 $64.55
    10–19 $61.32
    20–49 $58.87
    50+ $56.52

$67.95/per yard(s) 261740117

SKU# 15001WBT

yard(s) available: 50

Cleaning: Spot clean only.
Dimensions: 88 in wide, 2.8 lbs / linear yd

Sold by the yard


No chemicals, pesticides or herbicides have been used in the processing of this wool.


World Class Wool is imported from Wool harvested from the most premiere places in the world including South America, Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Hand-picked, the growers have met the highest standards.
Wool is warm, but breathable, so it's great for bed quilts. It's super-soft and drapes beautifully. Wool has an open, medium loft (1"), and it's strong. It also provides really great stitch definition, so people who are quilting to enter shows will often use wool in their pieces to really showcase their stitching. Another great feature of wool is that it springs back, so it resists creases and folds. This is another factor that makes it ideal for show quilts, since those are always getting folded and shipped somewhere.

Wool is extremely long-lasting and can bend thousands of times without losing form. It's water resistant - moisture is wicked to the inner surface of wool fibers which allows it to feel dry even while holding 30% of its weight in water. Wool is also temperature-regulating, completely natural, and 100% bio-degradable. Wool can also naturally pass flame tests used in the bedding industry without the addition of chemical flame retardants. It resists mildew and mold, and wool bedding reduces and discourages dust mites.


Processing: After the wool is purchased it goes to a cleaning facility, or scouring plant. At the scouring plant, the wool is washed according to special requests which include using a specific soap that is known to be the mildest, most biodegradable soap available. In addition, the scour train is slowed so that the wool is more thoroughly cleaned and rinsed. The wool is carefully inspected to be sure that it meets the highest standards. It is then dried and baled to ship for garneting and processing. Each bale is tested before leaving the facility to make sure it meets standards.