Introduction: 11 September 2020

Kai is a name. It has different meanings in different languages. In Japanese, kai has a number of meanings, including “ocean” (海), “shell” (貝), “restoration” and “recovery”. Source: Wikipedia. Okinami is the first pattern in the ‘Kai’ colourway. It features a dragonfly blue-green weft on an ecru warp. Another ‘Kai’ colourway release is Tian Ma. […]



Oscha introduced the Okinami pattern as a teaser on 12 December 2012. It’s inspired by ukiyo artist Katsushika Hokusai’s woodblock print “The Great wave off Kanagawa“. Oscha hinted at the introduction introduction on 16 November 2012: “We also have a new design coming, which has been in the works since Oscha was first conceived so […]



Roses is the only pattern to date (2020) in this particular colourway. There was a teaser on Oscha’s Facebook page on 4 December 2012: “Just for fun – what would a special edition Oscha ‘Kate’ wrap look like? “. There was a link included in the post, mentioning that William and Kate (Duke and Duchess […]

My Oscha… throws preorder

Introduction: 26 January 2018

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 […]


Introduction: 11 November 2016

“Named for the substance made from Mithril, Ithildin is used to create magical inscriptions which are only revealed when the correct incantation is said in the reflected light of the Moon and stars.” A colourway unique to the Middle Earth Collection, the first pattern released in this colourway was Ancients of Gondor. Woven with black […]



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Introduction: 3 May 2016

Roesse Sundara Roesse gets its name from Roesse fuchsias, a type of fuchsia hybridised by Carel Roes (The Netherlands). Fuchsia’s are known for their vibrant magenta/pink/purple flowers. This makes it a fitting name for a wrap of the Fuchsia Edition of the Botanical Collection. Source:



Midnight Midnight is the transition time period from one day to the next: the moment when the date changes. In ancient Roman timekeeping, midnight was halfway between sunset and sunrise, varying according to the seasons. Source: Wikipedia. Shui Long Midnight continues a colourway first started with the release of Starry Night Midnight (released in a […]



Ismay Ismay is a name, meaning ‘esteemed’ or ‘beloved’. It is said to be derived from ‘aestimatus’ meaning esteemed, or ‘amatus’ meaning loved. It may be derived from the name ‘Esme’. However one reference has been found that says otherwise: Unusual old germanic compound name possibly meaning ice or iron maiden. In use since the 13th cntury in England […]



Amity Amity means ‘friendship’. Derived from the Latin ‘amicitas’ and ‘amicus’ which means ‘friend’. For a long time, the other wrap named Amity was the first Starry Night, then called ‘green-ecru’, made in the very early days of Oscha Slings. Of the SN Amity, only 3 wraps and 1 ring sling were made. In 2016, […]