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.
Wow! I'm blown away by the beauty of this design.
Hindo is beautiful and will brighten up the day.
Release Date: 28 May 2015
I really enjoy wrapping with the silk/ramie blends. They are medium weight, easy with which to wrap, and the ramie cuts the smell and sheen of the silk. They tend to feel a bit dense and flat when brand new, but fluff up to be soft and squishy with breaking in. It offers good support and some cush on the shoulders, although it is not the cushiest wrap I have wrapped with by any means.
What is ramie? Ramie is a flowering plant that is native to eastern Asia. It is commonly known as "China Grass." It has been used in textile production for centuries and has been found in the wrappings of Egyptian mummies (circa 5000-3000 BCE). It is one of the strongest natural fibers available and can be up to 6-8 times stronger than cotton, especially when wet (ramie is unique in that it is one of the rare fibers that is stronger when wet)
Ramie is most often blended with other fabrics because it increases the strength, absorbency, and dye affinity of the other fabrics in the blend.
Natibaby silk is known for being fairly dense and thick. Out of the package, it can be bulky and awkward with which to wrap. But after breaking in, Nati silk wraps tend to be marshmallowy soft. Because of their thickness, Nati silk blend wraps tend to offer good support for heavier babies and toddlers.