Organic Sheets

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Holy Lamb Organic Sheets

Holy Lamb offers a wide collection of various organic sheets, duvets, and pillowcases. The types of fabrics are percale, sateen, jersey, linen, and brushed flannel.  And there are many different colors. The cotton comes from India. All their bedding products are certified organic by Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). You can see their GOTS certification in the GOTS database. Please click on the link to go to the Holy Lamb website.


Naturepedic Organic Sheets

Naturepedic, a manufacturer of my favorite GOTS-certified organic crib mattresses, kids mattresses, and adult mattresses, sells white sheets and pillowcases for babies, kids, and adults. They are 400 thread count. Naturepedic does not source cotton from India and all their products are made in Ohio.  Click on the link to check them out on the Naturepedic website and use my discount code IREAD15 to get 15% off.  Be sure to click on the link before the purchase to activate the discount code.


Wear Pact Organic Sheets

They offer percale, sateen, and jersey organic sheets, duvets, and pillowcases in several colors. You can see their GOTS certification here.  I believe Wear Pact bedding products are the least expensive option out of these three. We got jersey bedding sets for my son, and he loves them.  The sheets are made in India.   And please click on the link to go to the Wear Pact website.  If you never bought anything from Wear Pact, click on this link,, you will get 20% off your first purchase, and I’ll get a small credit.  By the way, I love Wear Pact leggings. I wear them exclusively.


Delilah Home Sheets

They offer organic cotton sheets, organic hemp sheets, and organic towels.  All of their products are certified organic by GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and made in GOTS-certified factories in Portugal.  You can view their GOTS certification on the GOTS website.  None of their cotton comes from India or China. The founder of Deliliah Home, Michael Twer, is also Chairman of the Organic Trade Association Fiber Council, which adds trust points for me.  You can view their organic products (I love their kitchen towels) here.