Hemming

15 February 2013: “When Eros was woven we loved the red on ecru as well as the ecru on red, because of that we never reached a clear decision about hemming before it went to the machinists and therefore it was made up both ways. Since we thought this one looked so good on either side we figured this wasn’t too much of an issue, however we did mean to point it out. Unfortunately, it was quite some time ago, and well, we just clean forgot! We do apologise that this wasn’t stated and we hope this isn’t too much of a problem as the wrap really is lovely on both sides and can be worn with either side out, however you’re welcome to get in touch to discuss this further.”

Following user comments: “I have several that is hemmed the other way than some of the others. That is totally ok for me.”
“One example is my SL Caprica”
Flipped rails were suggested then too by a customer: “You know what kind of hemming would be cool? One rail the hemmed one side and the other hemmed the other side. That way you can just turn the wrap around and inside out and have a completely different wrap, with the upper rail hemmed “right”. A true reversable wrap.”

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My Oscha… throws preorder

The second preorder of the My Oscha preorder group that first did a mug preorder. This preorder features throws and baby blankets on the “Frost” grad, with selected patterns Misty Mountains, Ancients of Gondor, Starry Night and Victoriana. Blend: 65% bamboo viscose, 35% tencel.

First throw was sent out in time for the group admin’s birthday on January 22nd 2018. The big batch went out on January 25th. It was then discovered that because the throws and baby blankets are woven to order, and different yarns have different shrink rates, the final products turned out to be longer than expected, but also narrower. Sometimes by as much as 20cm either way. Average dimensions should have been: approx 190cm x 135cm, about 400 gsm for the throws and approx 90cm x 70 cm, 400gsm for the baby blankets.

Disappointed customers could return their items for a full refund. Oscha promised to make it clearer for future preorders that the sizes would be approximate and could vary.

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Noosa/Victoria preorder

A group was started with the single aim of re-creating the Noosa/Victoria warp that was part of Oscha’s Oceania II collection.

Blend and pattern voting took place in April 2017; shortly after ordering commenced. Orders closed on May 4th and it then became clear that wetspun linen Orion, Kiku Noosa and Matrix Victoria did not make the cut with too few orders made to justify weaving them. Laerad and Kiku changed to an Egyptian cotton weft instead of hemp to make it. Orders were reopened for a few days until May 7th. In the end Kiku had to be cancelled. Eight items survived the cut: Orion Noosa with Egyptian cotton, Matrix Noosa with Egyptian cotton, Rei Noosa with wetspun linen, Laerad Noosa with Egyptian cotton and Starry Night, Kasumi, Hanna and Braid Victoria with wetspun linen.

14 October, update:

“We heard from Vicki, and our fabric is leaving the weavers and heading to Oscha HQ. Unfortunately, there was an mistake with yarn thickness with our EGYPTIAN COTTON patterns Matrix, Laerad, and Orion. It was supposed to be: 60% Organic Combed Cotton, 40% organic Egyptian cotton and approx 280-290gsm. But now it will be: 71% Organic Combed Cotton, 29% organic Egyptian cotton and approx 230gsm.”

Compensation was offered: receive a 10% discount for items in those patterns OR 15% discount voucher off a future order and a full refund. This was met with dissatisfaction and Oscha answered with a good offer on October 26th:

“After further consideration around the incorrect blend of Laerad, Matrix and Orion Noosa, we have decided to offer those affected the opportunity to receive a 15% discount if you wish to keep your order, if you wish to return the order we will send you a 15% off discount code that you can use for a future purchase, by way of an apology. Unfortunately this particular issue was outwith our control as it was an error made by our weavers and we’d like to reassure you that this is extremely unusual. We have spoken with our mill and they are fully aware of how disappointed you all are with the composition of your order.

Furthermore, we have noticed a small variation between the ‘maroon’ colour and the original Noosa colourway. The colour has turned out slightly lighter due to a change from the old TPX dying system and our new environmentally friendly TPG system which tends to run a little less bright than the old dyes. Unfortunately the variation in colours was not preempted at our end, where an alteration to the Pantone colours could have been selected to make them closer to the original colourway of Noosa.

For this oversight, we are sorry and believe that while the warp looks very similar to the original Noosa, colourways it does look slightly altered in the red section. It is less apparent in the Victoria colourway as it’s darkened by the black weft. Please see images attached. For this reason, we would like to offer 5% off to anyone who wishes to keep their purchase, or a full refund & 5% discount code that they can use on a future item.

As you can see there are two issues here, therefore those who have ordered a Laerad, Matrix & Orion wrap, will receive 20% off their item if they wish to keep it and 20% off a future order if they wish to receive a full refund.”

Shipping started on November 1st 2017.

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Machair/Juliet preorder

21 June 2012: OK we’ve had a chat and looked at timings and we reckon we can slip in a cheeky wee pre-order after the collection is complete 🙂 We’ll put in a small handful of items; things we’ve done from Machair and some of the Juliets, we may mess about with the specifics though, nothing is decided yet on what they will be!

5 July 2012: “We will only be using colours from Machair and the Juliets and will be limiting it to a few colours/blends but we’d love to get your feedback on what you’d like to see.
It doesn’t have to be the same pattern in the same colours/ fabric combo as we’ve already done, so for instance there could be a JK Orchid or a SN Ceo – if you get my drift!
Alto Bluebell is already a definite.”

7 July 2012: “We will decide on a few different wraps that we will be making and list them on our website, you can place your order in the few days they are up for, we will be asking for payment in full. Then we will weave and make up the ordered wraps, this may take 3-4 months depending on the volume ordered. Does that explain things? So it guarantees a wrap for you but you do have to wait a while.

18 July 2012: “The pre-order will not be limited, so there will be availability for all who want items…and ring slings will be available in the models we list. We will aim to have all of the pre-order items shipped within 3-4 months, but please understand that it will depend upon demand. BTW, there are some other roses designs soon to be released….We will leave the pre-order up on the site for a couple of days….the method for ordering will be just like purchasing a normal product…you will be notified of receipt of order as usual. No need to stalk the pre-order, as we will make whatever is ordered, and you can place your orders any time during the two days the pre-order is listed.

The preorder went live on the website on 19/20 July 2012.

22 July 2012, website: The designs in this category have been inspired by the Machair and Juliet releases and are hopefully going to please most of those that have expressed preferences! I’m afraid we cannot please everyone though. This pre-order will not be limited, so there will be availability for all who want items…and ring slings are available in the models we are listing. We will aim to have all of the pre-order items shipped within 3-4 months, but please understand that it will depend upon demand. We will leave the pre-order up on the site for a couple of days….the method for ordering will be just like purchasing a normal product…you will be notified of receipt of order as usual.

28 September 2012: “Little Machair/Juliet pre-order update: we have mostly worked through the SN FMN and Orchid and they should be ready to ship in about a week. Orchid is looking lovely, can’t decide which side we like best!
Shui Long Celandine will be close on their heels, probably followed by JK Gentian and Ceo, then Alto Bluebell. The Juliets will likely be last to come (this order is subject to change btw!).
There are a lot of wraps being made up so its going to take us several weeks to work through them all and send them out but our plan is to focus entirely on the pre-order once the Autumn Collection is done until everything has been sent out from it before listing any new items (apart from the odd grad).
SL Scarista has been woven and will be made up shortly, probably sending it out about the same time as JK Gentian

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Natural Mamas Preorder

“Natural Mamas has joined forces with Oscha Slings to produce an exclusive wrap fabric design, as voted for by Natural Mamas members. Please enter this section to place your pre-orders for the Natural Mamas design Wraps, Ring Sling, Toy Wrap and Scarf… We will make enough material to manufacture the pre-ordered items only, so there will not be any items available for sale out-with the pre-order.

PLEASE NOTE… If you choose to pre-order, you will be charged half the total cost of the wrap now. You will be notified once they have been manufactured, and you will be able to return to this section of the site to pay the balance, plus carriage.

THE PRICES LISTED ARE FOR THE DEPOSIT AND ARE HALF THE FINAL RETAIL PRICE. The pre-orders will be available until midnight, Friday 24th of February.”

Wrap
Your opportunity to purchase an exclusive one off….a Natural Mamas commemorative design produced by Oscha. If you choose to pre-order, you will be…
£32.00
Ring Sling
Your opportunity to purchase an exclusive one off….a Natural Mamas commemorative design produced by Oscha. If you choose to pre-order, you will be…
£32.00
Toy Wrap
Your opportunity to purchase an exclusive one off Natural Mamas commemorative Toy Wrap produced by Oscha. Toy wraps are for kids to carry their…
£16.00
Scarf
Your opportunity to purchase an exclusive one off Natural Mamas commemorative scarf produced by Oscha. If you choose to pre-order, you will be…
£12.00

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Washing

2012-2015 website:

Washing

Our cotton and linen only needs to be washed at 30 degrees. We don’t recommend bleach as it can damage fabric.

Do not use fabric softener with your slings – it reduces the life of the fabric and makes it lose grip.

It is recommended to put ring slings inside a pillow cover when washing so the rings don’t get damaged.

Tumble drying

We do not recommend tumble drying in our washing instructions as it decreases the life of any fabric. Having said that, running it on a low temperature can help soften and ‘break in’ your sling.

Ironing

It is a good idea to steam iron your cotton and linen slings after washing. Not only does it make them pretty and help to soften the fabric but it avoids the fabric creasing along the same lines repeatedly, which can lead to wear.

Try not to let linen dry completely if you are going to iron – linen is much easier to iron while damp. If you dry linen completely in the tumble dryer it may appear to have drastically shrunk. The fibres have just been compacted together and will return to normal after a quick press with an iron (and a spray of water). Using your sling will also stretch it back out again.

Silk, Wool, Cashmere

We recommend hand washing these fabrics. This can be done by putting some suitable wool/silk/cashmere soap in the bath tub and gently agitating the wrap in it. Then squeeze off any excess water (without wringing), roll in towels and step on them to dry further water. Alternatively you can use the cool handwash setting on your washing machine if it has one. Wool and cashmere should be laid flat to dry. You should avoid drying silk in direct sunlight. They can be ironed on a very cool setting.

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Prices

2011, prices were roughly like this:

Irish linen ring slings: £ 90,-

Jacquard woven ring slings: £73,- (NV Ecru) or £64,- (SN/NV Tiree, SN/NV Jura, NV Iona)

From okt 2011 ‘Price from’: 62 (Size 1?? NV Iona, NV Tiree, SN Jura, SN Iona)

Dec 2011: 73 RS JKC Coll. Wraps (size 1???) 71 (JKO Oban, NV Islay, JKC Coll, NV Oban)

Art Dyed size 6 (Autumn Leaves, Apple, Red Sahara, Spice, Skylark): 108

2012:

Jan: RS: 73 (SN Eventide/Eden Caprica); 64 (SN BI); 87 (Strato Polaris)

March: JKC Zen RS: 73; Eden BI: 64 (size 1???); JKO Polaris RS: 91; NV Aurora RS: 87; SN Nebula cotton, SN BI 64

April: Dapple One/Two 98; Neptune Special Offer 98. Geen maten bekend. Strato & SL Caprica RS: 73; SL Ember RS 62

June: LB Pimpernel RS 64; Roses Pimpernel & Foxglove 64 (size??); SN Lewis 61 (size??), Roses Scarista RS 73; NV Celandine 104 & JKO Ceo 104 (size??)

August: SN Lewis, LB Foxglove, SN FMN, Eden Orchid, JKC Gentian  RS 64; SN Thrift, NV Clover  73
Pre order now available until 7pm bst 20th July. (screenshot from 2 August)

September: Roses Zen 69 (size??), SN Lewis RS & JKC Gentian & SN FMN & LB Foxglove 64;

October: NV Barley, Eden Umbra  RS 64; SL Lunare RS 73; Roses Helios RS 95; Strato Aequus RS 87
Moss RS: 90
Eden Polaris £93.00 Nouveau Honeycomb 64.00 Starry Night Vespers Ring Sling £64.00 Sunshine £90.00 Moss Ring Sling £90.00 Eden Polaris Ring Sling £91.00 Braid Rosehip £89.00
Japanese Knot Mell £64.00 Starry Night Vespers £64.00

November: RS: Braid Rosehip 87; JKO Mell 64; SN Vespers 64

Dec 2012: Braid Harvest from 76, Braid Rosehip from 99

13 dec: new site. Okinami Kai Okinami Kai Ring Sling From £76.00; Okinami Kai Okinami Kai Wrap From £74.70; Dyed Grad Sunshine Dyed Grad Sunshine Irish Linen From £99.00; Dyed Grad Tangerine Dream Dyed Grad Tangerine Dream Irish Linen From £119.00; Dyed Grad Charcoal Dyed Grad Charcoal Irish Linen From £125.00; Dyed Grad Sunshine Dyed Grad Sunshine  Ring Sling From £70.00.

2013:

Jan:  Nouveau Bramble Nouveau Bramble Ring Sling From £89.00; Nouveau Bramble Nouveau Bramble Wrap From £89.00; Tree of Life Astraea Tree of Life Astraea Scarf From £37.00; Tree of Life Astraea Tree of Life Astraea Ring Sling From £100.00; Tree of Life Astraea Tree of Life Astraea Wrap From £98.10; Braid Mallo Braid Mallo Ring Sling From £95.00

Feb: RS: Alto Eventide & SN Midnight & NV Raven 83; Roses Nova 89

Mrt: RS: SL Emperor 81; Alto Eventide 83; SL Safaia 65,70. SN Maya 93, Alto Zen 132, Aiko Med/Heavy 76.50

Apr: RS: Braid Pine 83

May: NV River Willow RS 83; Blodeuwedd Mythic RS 83, JKC Fern RS 81, SN Ash RS 65.70

June: SN Ash RS 73; SN Aiko RS 83;  DG Apple RS 99.

July: DG & AD RS 99. Size up = 110??

Aug: RS: JKC Cora 88; Orion Reef 83; Kasumi Felix 118.

Sept: RS: Orion Maya 93

October: Prices for Art Dyed/Dyed Grad size 6 = 125. RS: Liberty Escalus 165

November: Oki Zeka RS 85; SL Mica RS 170

December: SL Zola RS & Liberty Eleia RS 73; Kasumi Nahua RS & Mexica Xico RS 88

2014

Jan: SN Vanilla RS: 98; Sonora Pothos RS 81

Feb: Raja Philotes RS: 83; Teo Alia RS & Oki Misuto RS 155

Mrt: Maypole Spring RS: 297; NV Borealis RS 139.50 (10%?); DG Adamah on Diamond RS 73

Apr: DG Amelia Natural RS 99; Kasumi Romeo Wrap 150.80 (size??)

May: Rosslyn Eventide rS 91; Raja Morgan RS 81; Oki BI 82; Paradise Romeo RS 160; Alto O’ahu RS 82; SN Maui RS 103

June: Koi Kehena RS 82; Tsuru Zen RS 80; Wrap 80; Roses Aphrodite with wetspun RS 95

July: Orion Eros RS 81

Aug: Andaluz Marin RS: 83;

Sept: Rei Sherbert RS 81; Tulipa Parma Violet RS 91

Dec: Roses Burgundy RS 154.80

2015

Feb: Ambit JoJ RS 90; nappies: 24

Mrt: SN Moonstone throw 70% merino 126 (10%); Lorien Drift Throw 140; Rive JOJ RS 95; Oki Orkney RS 95

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Boutique

Margo Morag was the first. July 2013.

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Oscha Okinami Midnight

Oscha Okinami Midnight

Has Katsusika Hokusai ever thought that his engraving “Big wave in Kanagava” would inspire brand Oscha after 200 years? Of course not. Thereby it’s interesting to follow, how a big wave wraps around the Earth, travelling from Japanese to British Isles, in order to come down and swish, not as foam, but as cloth.

We are presenting the fourth monochrome Okinami by Oscha — Midnight.

Okinami Midnight is a wrap weaved from SeaCell (blend of sea weed and viscose tencel), silk and bio-cotton. It goes without saying, one cannot miss a unique yarn with sea weeds of Island’s fjords when weaving a wrap on British Isles with the pattern of Japanese waves. It’s impossible how to miss a joy of babywearing in Okinami Midnight.

Okinami Midnight is a thin, but heavy wrap — 358 gr/m2. It is very pliable, it can be rolled into a thin binder. Smooth cloth lovely lies down on shoulders, wrapping into silky prison, distributing the weight. Okinami Midnight is a bit slippery when wrapping, but after wash it should be more packless and add some bounce. Now we may say that Oscha made a great present to those who love silky wraps, fall in love with poetry and symbolic, fond of graphic patterns and is given to minimal colors.

This wrap will fit to babies from 3 months to 4 y.o. toddlers — despite the mentioned density this wrap is amazingly flexible and great support.

SeaCell gives to the wrap a sensual silkiness. It is namely that silkiness, which you are waiting from the silk but never actually receive (in the world of wraps it may be explained as wrong washing, second weft, not enough thick yarn etc). So Okinami is a heart of silk delight, dressed with a touch of velvet. Cool cloth is flowing between the fingers as a waterfall, move as a brook on the shoulders, cosy splashes under the babie’s cheek.

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Written by Nina Arkhipova
Photos and video: Nina Arkhipova
Translated by Marina Zheleznitskaya
Video Editing: Julia Nurmagambetova

Oscha Okinami Midnight

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A note on release dates

Release dates are generally the date when the items were listed on the website. However, in the early days of Oscha invoices were sometimes sent for items that were ‘pre-ordered’ or ‘spoken for’ and after that, remaining items were listed on the website. I have decided to go with the first date that wraps were sold, so this may not always be the exact same date that items were actually available on the website.

The same goes for later date pre-orders, mostly group pre-orders and exclusives. Because these are not always listed on the website (and if so, always long after they have been sent to those who pre-ordered), I have listed the date that the first items were sent out to those who pre-ordered.

When an item has been especially made for a conference, I have listed the first date that they could be collected.

This does not go for wraps that were sold ‘early’ on conferences, like Starry Night Auckland. In that case, the first ‘release’ date has of course been noted in the description, but I have chosen to pick the official release date when it was released on the website, because this rarely happens and these early sales are not very widely known to the public at large.

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A note on colourways

Generally speaking, each unique colour combination gets its own name. Wrap names usually consist of two elements: pattern and colourway. For example, Roses Noel refers to the Roses pattern, in the ‘Noel’ colourway (red warp, green weft).

Oscha mostly names her colourways based on colour alone, regardless of blend. This means that items with the same colourway name can be different blends or different patterns. Examples of this are Starry Night Nebula (100% cotton or 75% cotton, 25% wild silk) and Sekai Riva (cashmere blend or linen blend).

Colour variations may exist between wraps of the same name. For instance, wraps with an ecru weft like Nebula may slightly vary because ‘ecru’ means ‘undyed’, and undyed yarns have many subtle shades of creamy, musroomy colours. Have a look at the differences between the undyed yarns (warp & weft) in the Aiko, Serene and Vanilla colourways, for example! It seems that for these, the shade of the undyed yarn (and for the Vanilla’s, the blend, i.e. linen) defines the name of the wraps. Aiko is more musroomy while Serene is slightly lower contrast – but none of them as ‘low’ as the Ivory’s.

In a few cases identical colourways but different blends have received different names, for example Okinami Evie and Okinami Orkney.

Since the rise of preorders where wraps also need to be named, there has been no check on ‘unique’ colourways anymore, so a single colourway name may refer to two very different colourways. Oscha has also used colourway names more than once, for example Ladybirds Paris (purple and pink) & Raja Paris (bordeaux and red).

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Ring slings

Highland Pleat Shoulder

The Highland Pleat Shoulder was the first and initially only shoulder style available at Oscha.

17 September 2011: We’d like to tell you more about Oscha’s Highland Pleat Shoulder, a style which we have developed working closely with our talented seamstress, Monica, who is also a highly experienced dressmaker. It is similar to the intricate pleat work on kilts, specifically the Kingussie kilt, which is one of he oldest kilt styles and is unique in utilising both box and knife pleats.

Our Highland inspired shoulder design looks elegant and is extremely comfortable to wear. Symmetrical pleats move away from the centre of the sling to ensure an even distribution of the baby’s weight whilst moulding easily around the wearer’s shoulder. Oscha ring slings can also be worn on either shoulder.

Introduced for the first time with our Irish Linen ring slings, we have further tweaked this shoulder style and are excited about sharing our Western Islands Collection ring slings featuring this adapted design.

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On the website

2011: Made from our Irish linens and Jacquard woven fabrics, our ring slings are comfortable and an easily adjustable, compact and elegant way to carry your child.

The sling consists of a length of fabric with two rings fitted at one end. Threading the free end through the rings creates a loop of fabric which is worn over your shoulder. You put your baby in the ‘pouch’ and tighten by pulling the loose end, or tail.

Oscha ring slings have a custom pleated design for comfortable wearing on either shoulder. We include an instruction brochure with each sling. Our sling rings have been safety tested.


2012-2013: Ring slings are elegant and are often used for special occasions such as Christenings and weddings. They are quick to use, especially handy for short trips from the car to shop, or for a child that wants up and down a lot. They are also light and pack up small.

We offer two shoulder styles for our ring slings. Our original Highland Pleat Shoulder was developed working closely with our highly experienced tailor. It is similar to the intricate pleat work on kilts, specifically the Kingussie kilt, which is one of the oldest styles and is unique in utilising both box and knife pleats. The design looks elegant and is extremely comfortable to wear. Symmetrical pleats move away from the centre of the sling to ensure an even distribution of the baby’s weight whilst moulding easily around the wearer’s shoulder.

We are now adding the Gathered Ring Sling Shoulder to our products. This has been widely used by babywearers for quite some time now and is a tried and tested favourite. This shoulder style is relatively unstructured as the fabric is gathered directly through the rings with no folds. This allows you to spread and move the fabric very easily on your shoulder for even weight distribution.

Oscha ring slings can also be worn on either shoulder. We include an instruction brochure with each sling, please take time to study this and practice as ring slings are extremely comfy and easy to use but it can take a little time and some adjustment to hit the sweet spot!

Our sling rings have been safety tested.



On Facebook

12 July 2011: “We’ve been working on our Irish linen ring slings and have come up with an adapted pleated shoulder. The pleats move away from the centre in both directions, you can wear it on either shoulder and we think it looks kinda pretty!”

5 September 2011: “We’ve further developed our Oscha Pleated Shoulder and will add some pics of that shortly.”

8 August 2012: “We’re looking for some feedback on our ring sling shoulder – if you’ve tried one can you tell us what you liked or didn’t like about it and if you have any ideas about what you might prefer?

We understand that one shoulder style will not suit everyone and most of the feedback in our testing faze was positive but now we’re a bit further down the line we’d like to look at it again and are also considering developing a second shoulder style so any feedback is appreciated 🙂

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Irish Linen

10 October 2011: I like that the finer white (new) is much softer to start with and has a smoother feel, but I felt that once the original is broken in it has a bit more cush. But we’re open to feedback about this and could use the finer white next time if this is prefered.

16 October 2011: Well in the end we’ve managed to acheive the best of both worlds (I hope!) the white linen we’re working with now is fine and soft yet also every so slightly heavier to give that little bit more cush on your shoulders. I think both previous lots of linen are lovely in their own right though and the difference is probably minimal, we just like to take care of these small touches!

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Rings on the Dyed Grads

4 February 2012: A question for anyone who has bought one of our linen grad ring slings: do you like having the medium sized rings on them or would you prefer it if we used large rings (as we do for the jacquard weave wraps)?

6 February 2012: Thanks for your replies, ok I guess we will stick with medium rings!

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Oscha Zorro Midnight

Zorro Midnight is a prototype of a new Oscha’s wrap with foxes. Blend is experimental: cotton with silk and alpaca. As a result we may see one of the masterpieces in wrap-art for toddlers, with excellent parameter’s balance blend-pattern-color-density for this challenge. How is it displayed in test-drive?

Once upon a time, in 2011, two children and one babywearing epoch ago, I had a good fortune to see an astonishing wrap with wool — Roses Noel by Oscha

The next wrap of dream — Braid Rosehip. Lovely quiet color and excellent wrapping features, real icon! Alas, scratchy comparing to delicate cashmeres, just coming into fashion in 2012.

However, Oscha is a brand which you cannot ever be tired of. Permanent experiment, permanent search, permanent challenge to wrap-weekdays’ boredom. I dreamed to test a new pattern Zorro from the moment of its appearance. Dynamic design, resembling to Raja pattern, promised a good grip and good pliability at the same time. It worked out the way it did. Fine wavy pattern breaks the sheet of wrap to many segments and gives direction, on which the wrap must be tighten – it’s a real pleasure. So, sling in Zorro pattern is easy to regulate and it is not weakening if you made a mistake when wrapped. It‘s paradoxial and very good combination.

Oscha Zorro Midnight

Oscha Zorro Midnight

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Written by Nina Arkhipova
Photos and video by Nina Arkhipova
Translated by Marina Zheleznitskaya

Oscha Zorro Midnight

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