Linen blends are loved and sought-after by many and we share this love and appreciation. Linen fabrics are one of the oldest textiles and are valued for their unique properties and, not to forget, for their beautiful sheen.
So, we set to work and tried new linen-cotton-blends combining yarns of different thicknesses and colours – out came an extraordinary piece of cloth and stunning pattern, a true heavy weight that blends cotton with a very high percentage of shimmering linen.
The pattern is based on a warp of anthracite coloured linen. By interweaving thick, gold coloured linen and thin white cotton threads we could create a fabric featuring a unique, rich texture and vibrant pattern, smooth in places, yet dense and relief-like in others, a fabric with a wonderful grip.
We have had it tried and tested by babywearing consultants and they confirmed that our Tranquility is a fabulously supportive woven wrap blend that, once „broken in“, is wonderful to handle and work with.
Richly textured and haptic in quality, the fabric is thick and heavy weight due to the substantial linen weft threads. Stiff and rough in loom state, it needs several washes and use to break in. With the linen fibres softening, the fabric gets soft and malleable unfolding its perfect wrapping qualities.
Fluffy, the thick linen threads will shed some fluff with the first washes. Once broken in, however, the pilling subsides and the golden shine of the thick linen comes back contrasting beautifully with the anthracite and white of the other yarns.
Solid and robust, with enough give to be nice to tie and to adjust, Tranquility is a very exceptional wrap, worth while „breaking in“. It offers plenty of comfort and support that you will not want to miss. Absolutely comfortable and perfect for wearing your heavy toddler or pre-schooler.
Material: 40% Organic Cotton, 60% Organic Linen
Surface weight: 380 g/m²
Washable: Up to 60°C, Gentle Cycle, Slow Spin Speed. Wash in Abundant Water
Colour: Anthracite, Gold, White
Age of child: From Birth
Different Edges: Yes