Patterns

Meander

Introduction: 2 October 2020

21 March 2013: “Here are some pics of the final test weave of Meander (this is in black and ecru so obviously the pre-order colours will be different).This design is an exclusive for the Finnish Babywearing Community,
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Phaise

Introduction:

This pattern was first introduced as part of the 2013 Deep Forest Collection. Phaise Juniper was het first run, although (of course) a tester had been woven.
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Eden

Introduction: 1 September 2020

A teaser went out for this pattern on 5 January 2012: “So is anyone ready to see the third new design?”.
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Victoriana

Introduction: 5 March 2019

First released as ‘Victoriana Nahua’, this pattern was originally considered a ‘group exclusive’ pattern but was later released to Oscha for general use and could thus be used for preorders too.
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Orion

Introduction: 21 December 2017

Released after the successful Starry Night Pattern, Orion has remained something of an underdog compared to Starry Night. However it has gained its own fanbase and remains a steady presence in Oscha’s diverse range of patterns.
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Mayura

Introduction: 19 December 2017

Nov 14, 2017: “We see Pavonis as a development of the design and we would prefer to weave it as Pavonis- however we could weave Mayura on request.”
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Pavonis

Introduction:

Nov 14, 2017: “We see Pavonis as a development of the design and we would prefer to weave it as Pavonis- however we could weave Mayura on request.”
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Matrix

Introduction: 13 June 2017

12 April 2013: “1st prize: Matrix prototype grey/ecru 100% cotton, size 4. This is a new design that has so far only been woven as a prototype.
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Sekai

Introduction: 9 June 2017

First introduced in the hugely popular Oceania Part One collection, Sekai has since become a steady favorite. Sekai, believed to be derived from the word ‘seigaiha’
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Ancients of Gondor

Introduction: 11 November 2016

“Our first Middle-earth design, Ancients of Gondor, is inspired by the lineage of White Trees. The original White Tree was much beloved by the Elves.
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