Another beautiful crane release. These gorgeous cranes are inspired by the Japanese Tsuru: a symbol of fidelity, good fortune and health.
Release Date: 10 October 2013
Nati wool is known for being dense and supportive. It is good for wrapping both newborns and toddlers. No weight on this yet, but it will be interesting to see if Nati is weaving their woolie wraps to be lighter and airier as they did with their
Woolie wraps require a bit more care than linen or cotton. The primary concern with wool is to avoid felting it, which can weaken the fabric and potentially make it unsafe for use. To avoid this, gently hand wash your wool wraps with a wool wash without lanolin. To remove excess water after washing, lay the wrap flat in a large towel and then roll the towel up to soak up excess water. Air dry your woolie, but make sure to give it support while it is drying (I spread our woolies out over our drying racks or hang dry hanging the wrap over hangers at regular intervals)