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   Mar 27

Is it Worth Having a Wool Mattress too?

There is no dispute as to the advantages of wool bedding. A pure wool duvet, pillow or blanket is incredibly comfortable and conducive to a great night’s sleep. In addition, wool is hypoallergenic, kind to the skin, able to maintain a stable body temperature, and highly durable. So is it worth going all in and [...]

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   Mar 10

Log Making Tips: getting the most out of your Log Maker

If you own a Log Maker, or are thinking of buying one, you will want to know how to make the most use of it. Of course, a log maker is incredibly easy to use and it doesn’t take much practice before you can quickly make your own logs. However, there are a few tips [...]

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   Mar 02

Why Wool is Kind to the Environment and Kind to your Skin

These days people care a lot more about the clothing and bedding products they buy. Eco friendly and natural and two things more and more people look out for when buying products such as bed linen. Man-made fibres and intensive growing methods of crops such as cotton, mean people are more savvy as to what [...]

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   Feb 25

Make Good use of Unwanted Junk Mail

We’ve all experienced it. You go downstairs for breakfast and pick up the morning post, only to be confronted by a heap of leaflets, flyers, takeaway menus and all sorts of other circulars. Junk mail, or direct marketing as those in the industry refer to it, can be a nuisance. It doesn’t just arrive in [...]

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   Feb 14

Studies Show the Effectiveness of Wool Bedding for Sleep

More and more people are turning back to wool for their bedding. Wool duvets, pillows and blankets are comfortable, natural and in keeping with an eco friendly lifestyle. Now, research has shown that wool bedding also helps you get a better night’s sleep compared to other materials. Scientists from the University of Sydney in Australia [...]

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   Feb 12

Planning an Eco Friendly Garden

If you have a back garden, you know just how much hard work it takes to keep it looking nice. With all the mowing, pruning, shearing and trimming, gardening can be back breaking work. However, it doesn’t have to be like this. Additionally, as much pleasure as our gardens give us, they can be a [...]

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   Feb 05

Hot Water Saving

We all know that saving energy and using energy saving devices such as radiator panels, electricity monitors and having adequate insulation is beneficial for the environment. Cutting down on energy mean fewer emissions are pumped into the atmosphere that contribute to climate change. However, it is just as important to cut down on the amount [...]

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   Dec 24

Wool Back in Vogue

Wool has always been an important material for making bedding and clothing in the UK. However, for quite a few years in recent history, due mainly to the rise of synthetic fibres, wool use declined, despite the fact that in most cases it provides a superior and more comfortable material for making clothing and bedding. [...]

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   Dec 23

Winter Garden Clearing

When the indulgences of Christmas are over and the hangover from New Year clears, it can be a time to think about tidying the garden ready for summer. Many of us neglect our gardens during the winter, after all, the lawn doesn’t need mowing and there is very little growing in the shrub rows. Come [...]

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   Dec 17

A Warm and Cosy Christmas Gift

While Christmas can be a magical time, it can also be pretty cold. At this time of the year, many of us want to stay warm and cosy, especially at night. So, what could be a better Christmas gift for somebody than buying wool bedding. A pure wool duvet, wool pillow, woollen bed topper, or [...]

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