We also specialize in an assortment of exotic fibers. These natural fibers can be blended with wool to create extremely luxurious batting for high-end products while maintaining a reasonable cost.

Woolaca

Woolaca is our trademarked fiber blend of wool and alpaca.

  • The alpaca is grown in the US.
  • The wool is handpicked from family farms in Australia, Europe, South America, and New Zealand.
  • All growers meet the highest standards of ethical practices.
  • The breeds include Columbia and Dorset.

Why go with Woolaca?

Seize the benefits of both fibers. Get five times better insulation, water resistance, and fiber resiliency in one product. Alpaca also has less scales than wool - resulting in a softer feel.

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Cashmere

A luxurious animal hair fiber from the underbelly of the Kashmir goat. An individual goat only produces 4-6 ounces of wool. This lightweight and lofty fiber has good insulating properties and adjusts well to humidity in the air.

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Silk

A natural protein fiber from the cocoon of a silkworm. Silkworks work in a figure eight pattern to spin their cocoon around themselves. Later, the cocoon is unwound to produce a continuous thread. The resulting thread is usually about a mile long and is incredibly durable.

What does silk have in common with wool?

  • Both natural fibers are known for providing warmth.
  • Both fibers absorb moisture and odor effectively.
  • Like wool, silk’s low conductivity keeps warm air close to the skin during cold weather.

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Kapok

A cotton-like fiber obtained from seed pods of the Kapok tree. Its short staple length and soft texture is a wonderful alternative for pillow fill. Kapok can support as much as 30 times its own weight in water, making it an ideal natural fiber in life preservers and other water safety equipment.

What are some other attributes of the kapok fiber?

  • Moisture resistant.
  • Quick drying.
  • Resilient.
  • Buoyant.

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