In this collection you will find our Bargain Bin selection. These wraps have either a flaw (ex: pull, broken thread, or un-even hem line). These wraps are safe for wearing your baby. Or they have no issues at all but have been washed and used as photo samples. Others have been customer returns for just no issue other then not what they were hoping. Some we just found hiding out and they need a new home. Please note that these wraps are all FINAL sale. There will be no returns, no exchanges and no store credit given. We hope you enjoy and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to email us.
**This wrap does not have a box**
The Reticella pattern is composed of delicate flower boquets placed strategically on the body of the wrap. It is much simpler and subdued than the all over lace patterns of Merletti and Veneziano.
This is a jacquard weave woven in turquoise and white threads
Diva wool tends not to feel as scratchy brand new as other wool wraps; however, they tend to catch people off guard because they are so thin. Despite being so thin, these are supportive wraps. They are a wool blend and wool tends to be fairly durable. They tend to be wider and the added with help creates greater support for your wrappee. The weave on these wraps is fairly tight, which helps create a solid tensile strength for supporting bigger babies and toddlers.
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)