Revolana wool duvets are crafted on frame in our workshop in Belgrade, Serbia. The wool comes from mid-mountain sheep in southern Serbia. The wool is scoured locally with non-calcareous spring water in a machine with successive baths which ensures a slow and very efficient washing.
Quality puffing wool
The wool of mountain sheep is puffing and curly. It is ideal for making duvets. After scouring wool, the fluffy woolen waddings found in the quilts are made. We work with 2 successive carders to keep only the long fibers and have an exceptional quality of woolen waddings.
Organic cotton cover
The duvet cover is made of high end organic cotton percale fabric with 94 threads/cm² (standard percale quality starts with 80 threads/cm²).
The benefits of pure new wool duvets
This pure new wool duvet offers unmatched sleep comfort. Thanks to the breathable properties of wool, the pure wool quilt allows the body to breathe and wick away moisture throughout the night. The warmth of the pure wool duvet is pleasant and healthy. Wool is naturally a very unfavorable breeding ground for dust mite as it is a dry and abrasive environment.
Wool breathes and take care of itself. The pure wool duvet doesn’t need washing every year like one in synthetic material. On the contrary, it can be used for years without any special care but regular airing. It must be protected with a duvet cover and possibly an additional flat sheet. To remove a stain, it is possible to wash it locally with soapy water or with soda bicarbonate. For an integral wash if it was really necessary, it can be done by hand or given to the dry cleaning (ecological if possible).
Why this name?
In Serbian, the letter J is pronounced like a Y. Hajla is therefore pronounced as Hayla. Hajla (Хајла in Cyrillic) is a mountain between Kosovo and Montenegro whose highest peak culminates at 2403m.