✔ Great all-rounder ✔ Very soft & mouldable ✔ Temperature regulating ✔ Luxurious yarns ✔ Ethically made in Scotland
Perfect for those who appreciate unique luxurious blends, Braid Cedar is woven with llama wool and BCI cotton. You will find that this wrap is surprisingly thin in hand for a woolly blend, making it moldable and easy to wrap with while keeping you and your little one very cosy. The beautiful Braid design proudly represents our Scottish heritage as it is based on traditional celtic knotwork. It sits on a gorgeous autumnal gradation of mahogany tones with the design itself picked out in forest green, creating a very elegant and autumnal combination of colours.
- Luxurious blend: llama & BCI organic cotton
- Temperature regulating properties, great for cold weather
- Very soft and lovely in hand
- Strong & supportive, a great all-rounder
- Gentle cush for the shoulders
- Design based on traditional celtic knotwork.
Llama fibre is known for its warmth and similar to wool has great insulating properties. It is Lanolin free, making it suitable for those who are sensitive to wool.
Oscha Slings are ethically handcrafted in Scotland and come with a Peace Of Mind Guarantee.
Hand washing is recommended, although a wool cycle on a known reliable machine may be used at your own risk. Use a suitable wool detergent. Lay flat to dry and iron on a cool setting.
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“The Oscha Braid pattern has become an Oscha classic. Although it may be surprising to know that this pattern was not originally designed in-house. Back in 2012, we were contacted by members of ‘The Babywearer’, which was the hub for US and international babywearing chat, to make an exclusive wrap. They wished to have a unique design made by members of the group, the winner was the ‘Tree of Life’ pattern. However Zoe and Mike were personally interested in another entry to the design competition by Jamie Vandeloo; Braid. They were drawn to the strong, simple lines. It seemed to fit very well with the Oscha style of design; timeless, classic and elegant.
The pattern became an instant hit, with colourways such as Obsidian, Mallo, Pine & Rosehip being much appreciated by Oscha customers.
Braid has since been woven in a multitude of colours, from soft Islay to bold Brighid. It also lends itself very well to the multicolour fades. Even though it didn’t play a part in the original Oceania collection, it has since shone through in the Winter Solstice collection with Braid Norse. More recently it has featured in the recent Northern Isles collection as Braid Reel. Both home in on the northern spirit of Oscha and Oscha’s Celtic roots.”
Cedrus, common English name cedar, is a genus of coniferous trees in the plant family Pinaceae (subfamily Abietoideae). They are native to the mountains of the western Himalayas and the Mediterranean region, occurring at altitudes of 1,500–3,200 m in the Himalayas and 1,000–2,200 m in the Mediterranean. Source: Wikipedia
59% BCI organic combed cotton, 41% llama
Ring sling, Wrap
Mahogany, Brown, Burgundy, Red