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Cedarburg Woolen Mill

Contact: Kay Walters
Work W62 N580 Washington Ave Cedarburg WI 53012 Work Phone: 262.377.5000Cell Phone: 414.313.8765Website: Cedarburg Woolen Mill

Biographical Info

CUSTOM WOOL CARDING  FEATHER/DOWN: NEW, RECOVERING,
COMFORTERS, PILLOWS, MATTRESS PADS

Our mill produces one-piece batts, crib to queen size without stretching.  This allows you to receive a batt of an even thickness throughout.  The lapping mechanism which allows us to make sizes also layers the fibers in a slight V shape which gives our batts more loft and buoyancy, thus more air pockets for insulation and comfort. This also allows our batts to be felted without having to relayer it at right angles.  Therefore we feel we offer you the finest product on the market today.

Batts are made in one large piece and rolled with tissue paper between the layers for easy unfolding. King sizes are made up of 2 (54″ x 90″) batts LAID SIDE BY SIDE.

Historic Info:

The Cedarburg Woolen Mill began processing wool in 1864. That thread continues today at our Mill on the corner of Washington and Columbia. See wool processed much as it was over 100 years ago on vintage machinery patented in 1860. Tours available:  Adults, $3.00  Seniors, $2.00  Children under 12 accompanied by an adult are free.  Call for reservations.  Tours include a history of wool in Cedarburg, facts about sheep and wool, demonstrations of the burring picker and wool card, and a hand card and hand spinning demonstration.

Our mill produces one-piece batts, crib to queen size without stretching.  This allows you to receive a batt of an even thickness throughout.  The lapping mechanism which allows us to make sizes also layers the fibers in a slight V shape which gives our batts more loft and buoyancy, thus more air pockets for insulation and comfort. This also allows our batts to be felted without having to relayer it at right angles.  Therefore we feel we offer you the finest product on the market today.

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