Mattress Topper Cover
We have plenty of topper covers (canvas and organic muslin) pre-sewn, ON SALE, and ready to ship!
Also, our Scooped millet hulls are now priced the same as bulk buckwheat hulls if you purchase your topper and hulls together.
Millet hulls feel more soft and luxurious which is inviting on cold winter nights. The buckwheat hulls feel more casual, cool and rustic; perfect for a summer beach house.
Fill your topper cover with up to 25 pounds of hulls to create a luxurious, healthy, sleeping surface. (Photos shows two toppers stacked)
The hulls contour to the shape of your body, providing a very supportive and restful night sleep.
Adding a hull topper can fix a worn or too firm mattress. If your mattress is sagging or too soft, the topper may not be the answer. Why not consider a New Twist Mattress?
As an extra layer to an existing mattress we suggest ordering one topper for a narrow Twin bed, two for a Full or Queen bed, and three to make a King Mattress (toppers will scrunch to size and are most comfortable with occasional fluffing).
Each cover is 30" X 80". The cover is sewn flat (no side walls) and provides four large pockets to loosely contain your hulls. The canvas cover includes four Velcro tab openings where you pour in your hulls.
Mattress toppers can easily be rolled into back rests and furniture or stored away. The heavy toppers stay in place nicely but are still easy to manage.
Mattress toppers are made to order and cannot be returned as they are bedding. Please read through tour FAQ page and fabric care instructions before ordering. Our stated lead time to fabricate your topper is 10-14 business days, but they usually will ship sooner than that.
See drop down menu for organic muslin option. The muslin is lighter weight but still very durable. The canvas is heavier weight and more durable but is not made from organic cotton. Both fabrics are the same softness and provide the same level of comfort. The reason the organic muslin is less expensive is we can order this fabric in a wider width which works out perfect for our topper design saving on both yardage and labor.
One box of hulls (either millet or buckwheat hulls) is enough to fill each topper cover. The pockets will be about half way filled. "Less is more", do not overfill your toppers! When you lie down on your topper you should not feel the horizontal seams. Using a lightweight juice pitcher and a DIY funnel, scoop in your hulls in even amounts.
Here is an easy way to make a funnel from some recycled items: