It's under $100, made from Australian wool with a cotton cover. Is it natural and good? Is it recommended?
Does anyone have it?
Can someone please fix the title spelling? I can't get my computer to fix the Canada. Thanks.
Well I just bought one for a Christmas present. I have no idea if it's good or not but it seems nice and warm, and very well-priced. I figured it's worth a try. Everywhere else seem to sell them for a lot more.
Mom to 2 beautiful autistic boys (13 & 12)
Not exactly the same but my sister has wool-filled comforters that they got in Germany and they are really nice - they use them mostly in spring/fall, or for cooler summer nights. They are not warm enough for winter where they live (northeastern US). If I could, I'd get some.
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