A bison & wool comforter is a wonderful way to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer while being an economical way to reduce your electrical bill! Comforters are treasured gifts and heirlooms that you will cherish for many years to come. Our lap blanket comes with a buffalo check duvet cover, while the queen or king is ready for a duvet cover of your choice (not included).
Bison down-filled duvets will provide you with the warmth and cushioning your body desires. Each bison and wool comforter is covered with a ticking fabric and individually hand-tied and crafted by our experienced staff here in the U.S.A. We make a variety of three sizes; lap, queen and king.
- comforter fill is 70% bison fiber and 30% fine wool
- The cover is a hand-tied ticking fabric, a very densely woven pure cotton, (keeps fibers from poking out)
- Lap size 45" x 72"; weight 6 lbs (Buffalo Check Duvet included)
- Queen size 90" x 90" weight 7.12 lbs (No Duvet included)
- King size 108" x 90", weight 8.3 lbs (No Duvet included)
- Made in the USA
Care and Washing Instructions
1. Dry Clean- you can have these professionally dry cleaned
Laundering Service available.
We will launder your wool bed accessories including comforters, quilts, mattress pads, and pillow. You pay for shipping to and from.
- Lap blanket 60"x90" $27.00
- Queen/King 90"x90" or 108"x90" $39.00
Can’t tell you how much we love this comforter! It is incredible! The only problem we have is keeping our fur baby from claiming it!! Sure wish you made these in a dog bed size!
Great item and perfect size. Super comfortable and warm.
I'm thrilled with my Bison & Wool Lap Comforter! I already use 100% wool-filled duvets and mattress toppers on my beds (and love them), but I didn't have anything similar for use with my recliner when I'm reading or watching TV. Well, now I do! And the addition of 50% bison fiber makes this lap-comforter *so* much warmer than my all-wool duvets (which are plenty warm).
I heat my house to the mid/upper 50s and this lap comforter keeps me roasty, toasty warm!
If I could make one change, I'd add a series of snaps along the opening of the checked flannel covering. As it is, the fabric splays open and the comforter wants to escape its cover. (Note--there *are* ribbon ties/loops to hold the cover and inner comforter together, but the ties tend to come untied quickly; also, the ties do nothing to keep the fabric from splaying open.)