Dyed Grad English Rose v2

£132,00

  • Pattern: Dyed Grad
  • Colourway: English Rose
  • Collection: Dyed Gradation
  • Announce date: 16 July 2011
  • Release date: 18 July 2011
  • Blend: 100% white English linen
  • Weight (g/m2): 180
  • Product type: Ring sling, Wrap
  • Edition: Stock item
  • Amount made*: Limited
  • Retail price (sz. 6): £132.00
  • Warp colour: White
  • Weft colour: White
  • Weave: Plain
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Description

Dyed Grad English Rose v2

Dyed Grad English Rose v2: “Beautiful saturated magenta tones on white create a glorious rose. 100% white English linen which requires less breaking in and is lighter in weight. Perfect for the summer. 180gsm”

A poll was created on 16 July 2011 for a new colour on white linen. It was later that day decided to do Fuchsia/English Rose. A preview of the finished product was shown the day after on July 17th. On the 18th English Rose was available on the website.

Oscha has hand dyed gradations on fine English and Irish linen, as well as on diamond weave cotton and linen/cotton blends. They are all lovingly hand dyed by Vicki Masters aka ‘Nana Oscha’.

This has been reproduced over the course of the years. Because there have been a few changes, this is the info on the updated 2016 version.

Dyed Gradation

“The linen for our gradation dyed wraps is finely spun, light and breathable, making it a good choice for warmer climates. This high-quality fabric is then hand dyed to create beautiful, elegant and vibrant gradations. A truly stunning sling.

We use plain white and natural English linen to create subtly different effects from each colourway. The white linen is lighter and somewhat finer than the natural, which is a little more dense. Each creates a slightly different but equally supportive sling.

When gradation dyeing 100% linen, and more so when using certain colours, the dye moves into or away from the linen’s natural creases and sometimes creates thin, faded or more deeply coloured lines across it. Sometimes we seek to make a feature of this, often they are just a subtle part of the overall effect, which works well with the natural qualities of the linen and is part of the charm of a hand dyed sling.

Although we strive to make each sling to the highest quality, there may be occasional irregularities that are part and parcel of a non-mechanised process. Because our slings are hand dyed there will be some variation and each is essentially unique, colours may turn out to be slightly different to the images here. All of the dyes used in our gradations are non-toxic and free of heavy metals and other pollutants.

Your linen sling will take a short while to ‘break in’ – use it regularly and you will find it softens beautifully and becomes easier and more rewarding to use. You can also tumble dry it, sit on it, run it through banisters or sling rings, braid it… there are many ways to break in a sling!”

Note: Irish linen used to be used for the dyed grads. While Oscha may be most famous for its jacquard patterns, dyed gradations have always been a part of the in stock items on the website. They are very nice for warm (or even hot!) summers, keeping you cool like no other fabric will. Read more about the dye process on Oscha’s blog.

English Rose

“English Rose” is the designation for roses bred by David Austin. Source: Wikipedia.
It also refers to the Tudor Rose or a description of a person. Source: Wikipedia.

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