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A great night’s sleep starts with great sheep

At the Frankenmuth Woolen Mill, we work every day to provide you with a path to better sleep, whether it comes from our wool comforters, wool pillows, or both. Our products are made with the finest all-natural and organic materials available. Each step in creating your bedding is made from start to finish in our historic Midwestern woolen mill. This allows us to monitor the quality of our products from the washing of raw wool to packaging and shipping your bedding. We are humbled that you are considering our product and will do our best to ensure it provides you with your best night's sleep ever.

Our Wool is Different

Not all wool is created equally.

Why Wool?

Our Process

Not all wood is processed the same. See what 100+ years has taught us. 

Our Process


We believe that how you make it matters just as much as what's inside. 

Our Craftsmanship

Handcrafted in the U.S.A for over 120 years

“Commitment to quality.”

A lot of companies say they but do they mean it? How long does it take to commit to quality? A year? Two years? Ten?

Here at the Frankenmuth Woolen Mill, we have been perfecting the craft of wool bedding since 1894. We have been making one thing, wool bedding for over 124 years. Not branching out into the latest sleep fad or bedding "flavor of the month." We have been concentrating on making comfortable and healthy wool filled comforters, pillows, and mattress pads. We feel we needed every single one of those 124 years to create the perfect night sleep for you.

Won't you join us as we "Hit the hay (wool)" for another well rested 124 years of great sleep?

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Our Blog

Welcome to our new online store and a better night's sleep!

Welcome to our new online store and a better night's sleep!

As we grow to meet our customers needs our website has changed!
The downside of Down

The downside of Down

Down isn't all it's cracked up to be. 
From Motown to Christmastown

From Motown to Christmastown

10 songs for sleeping with wool