Babywearing: How to break in a woven wrap - The Mommy Dialogues
When you buy a woven wrap new (and sometimes even used) they are probably going to need to be broken in. They generally will not come to you soft and supple (although some silks, cashmere, and wool usually come buttery soft) and they need to be worked in order for the fabric to break down …
Archive: Pavo Textiles Etini Coal
Another lovely Etini release from Pavo Textiles. This beauty is part of their Réveillon collection.This is a jacquard weave woven with ivory warp threads and coal weft threads. Etini Coal is woven with a finer yarn than previous Etinis and are a bit lighter and easier with which to wrap. 100% cottonWeight: 310 g/m2Release Date: 17 December 2013 Pavo Guild can be found here at http://www.pavotextiles.com/, under shop.
Archive: Kokadi Lilly im Wunderland (Cotton Blend)
Lilly im Wunderland is a lovely reweaving of Erna in a subdued purpley-pink and ecru threads.This is a jacquard weave woven in purpley-pink and ecru threads.Woven with 100% organic cottonThis is a limited edition wrap.Release Date: 23 June 2013This wrap is on the thinner side. The few Kokadis that I have had personal wrapping experience with have been thicker and a bit beastly to wrangle with while wrapping, so this will be an interesting wrapping journey!The ring slings we have in stock are…
Natibaby Woven Wraps & Ring Slings at Purple Elm Baby
Natibaby woven wraps, ring slings and NatiGo baby carriers are comfortable carriers made in Poland and woven in a variety of styles. We've partnered with Natibaby to create many Purple Elm Baby exclusive designs including the wildly popular "Nebula" line.