Bargain Bin: Natibaby Delin Noros (Hemp Blend)

Sale price $50.00 Regular price $205.00

In this collection you will find our Bargin 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.



Another fab colorway for Delin. This design from Natibaby reminds me of Swallows. This pattern, however,  is much more free form and very much reminds me of the lovely formations of birds we see migrating south in the Fall. 

This is a jacquard weave woven in  blue and anthracite grey threads. 

70% cotton

30% hemp

Release Date: 26 August 2013

The first two Delin releases were on the lighter side of thick for Nati, so it will be interesting to see if this a thinner hemp blend. Nati has released some thinner hemps and I am totally in love. The natural colored hemp Forest is one of the thinner hemps and it is just freaking amazing. My guess is that Delin Noros will be one of the thinner hemps like Clocks or Forest Mossy. 

Many of us baby our wraps when it comes to washing. Hemp is one fabric that does not need to be overly babied. Hemp is dense and fibrous. It is an incredibly strong, durable fabric. If you want your hemp wraps to be buttery soft, you will need to break down the hemp fibers (because let's face it, that's what breaking in a wrap is--breaking down the fibers). Heat is going to do that. Many people prefer to wash in warm or hot water and tumble dry on warm or high heat. I do dry my hemp on medium heat and then remove it when damp to air dry. A good steam ironing will also help the breaking in process. Hemp is one of the few fibers that can take the heat and hold up remarkably well. You do not need to wash in warm water or do a warm tumble dry to break hemp in, but the heat is going to hasten the process without the typical wear. 

Hemp tends to retain heat, so it can be warmer to wear in hotter temperatures.