Curious about cashmere? You can find a review of this here
Yeah! The first wool wrap of the season and it's in a stunning color!
Oh man--this is one heck of a chic wrap. The Fumus pattern has really developed a cult-like following (and I can see why-it is a great pattern). It is rich and jewel-toned, perfect for fall and winter. Just gorgeous.
This is a jacquard weave woven in burgunde and white threads.
Release date: 2 September 2014
I love the wrapping qualities of wool, especially Natibaby wool wraps
They have a wonderful squishy, cushy feeling to them when wrapped and can become one of the softest wraps around. They definitely don't have a scratchy wool feel to them.
Woolie (Cashmere) wraps require a bit more care than linen or cotton blends. 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 you give it the support that is needed. I tend to lay flat to dry.
Size 4 $165
Size 5 $170
Size 6 $180
Size 7 $190