for Warre quilts and now using for Langstroth quilt mods. 3-4 bags might fill a traditional Warre quilt but I am using 1 beethinking bag per quilt stretched with some straw; I'd use ALL cedar if I were flush on dollars at the moment (but a cedar and straw mix definitely goes farther than the few federal reserve notes, however!!!!!)
Sugar Pine is our value wood option. Beautiful, strong, takes paint or sealant well, and is more stable and lighter than more common ponderosa pine.
Western Red Cedar is our premium wood option. It is rot resistant, dimensionally stable, insulates well, and doesn't require painting or sealing.
All of our wood is sustainably harvested and FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified.