Its bright sand color is closely related to summer and refers to the name of the wrap, and the charming multicolored numbs are a lovely addition that makes it unique. The pattern decorating the wrap is my vision of the most beautiful garden and a whole lot of beloved flowers. This feminine combination makes me very happy because I am proud of each project, the end result of which is breathtaking.
I weave wraps from the no cotton collection from blends with extremely noble properties and each wrap is finished with wonderfully soft, handwoven fringes. The effect has exceeded my expectations - this is an unusual, pictorial wrap. Not for the first time I decided to use one of the most beautiful types of silk - Tsumugi because I just love this softess and spectacular bumps. The process of its acquisition is very time-consuming, it’s made from combed silkworms cocoons. The fibers are spun by hand according to traditional Japanese methods. Tsumugi silk is used to make kimonos. It doesn’t shine, is fluffy and similar to soft wool.
I mixed it with noble linen, eucalyptus and bamboo which makes this unique wrap the best choice for babywearing, regardless of age - it is a wrap perfect for both babies and toddlers.