Woven Wrap Yaro Slings - Petals Ultra Blue Mouline Linen Seacell
- Yaro produce affordable woven wraps with no compromise on fabric quality or carrying comfort!
Yaro Slings Woven Wrap, 60% cotton, 20% seacell, 20% linen, 300gsm
An interesting blend with linen and seacell. Seacell is a luxurious silky fiber made from seaweed. Seacell is a cellulose fiber and is non-allergenic and very soft. Linen today is also called as the fabric of Royalty. It has a strong historical added value which comes along with time and has not lost its popularity. Linen is the most sought after of the plant-based fabrics and it is self-evident because of many good properties and qualities.
Absorbancy, strength, thermoregulation, comfort and it is anti allergenic.
This mix of fibers and our signature ultra weave make this wrap not only very strong and supportive but it is soft and spongy as well. This wrap is a perfect wrap to carry your toddler even in a single layered carry. Your shoulders will be comfy and your toddler secure and in place.
The colors and detailed weaving in this pattern as absolutely gorgeous. When looking up close many color plays will reveil. The wrap can be worn on both sides of the wrap. This wrap will get soft enough for a newborn after some use. A wash and some ironing will do wonders as well. And as a scarf this fabric is gorgeous as well. Suitable for all ages and all experience levels. You can machine wash at delicate settings on 30 degrees.
Woven wrap is an ideal choice for parents who want to be close to their children.There is no age and weight limit, it’s perfect match for newborns and toddlers. You can use them as long as you need, but don’t forget about adjusting carry and wrap to your growing child.
Woven wrap is simple to use and allow you to carry a baby in many different ways. You can try front carry like kangaroo or back positions like backpack. Good for long walk, because distributes the weight symmetrically.
Carry a baby yan make you some difficulties in incipient stage, but it’s quite normal and depends on acquired experience