Far from Shore. Gleam. Orion. Admired for producing some beautiful colorways, we were very honoured to be asked to test ARLO’s pebble prototype. Colorwise. Beautiful color grad blending. A combination of colors always appreciated by wrappers – the colorway photographs easily and true to life. Wear wise. In hand, the pebble cotton combo is a bit … More Review – ARLO handwoven – Thalia
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I was slightly hoping that a squish would arrive during the time we hosted these wraps. Someone however, wanted to keep hibernating – so pregnant belly and toddler had to suffice. First impressions. While both wraps weren’t in my particular style range for colors, and were maybe a slightly bit more old school in their … More Review – Little Dog Handwoven – Opus 8, no. 1 and Opus 9, no. 2
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100% cotton Wrappee: 14 months old, 25 pounds Being that my heart lives in Nova Scotia, and thus have a nautically obsessed family, I was ecstatic to be chosen to test this wrap. The colourway and the meaning behind it appealed to absolutely everyone in my family, and aesthetically, it was an instant favourite with … More Clockwise Weaving – Eastern Point Harbour (Cotton) Review
We were happy to be selected as recent hosts for Clockwise Weaving’s tencel blend, pebble weave, Eastern Point Harbour – which marked a second go for us in hosting a handwoven in this fibre type and in this weave structure. The colorway photographs really lovely – crisp and clean without being too overpowering or dramatic. … More Review – Clockwise Weaving – Eastern Point Harbour (Tencel)
LJHandwovens Golden Heart. Bamboo. Pebbleweave. I’ve always shied away from bamboo. When you start wrapping, you’re exposed to a lot of babywearing lore. Like – hemp is the only thing suitable for big kids!! Plainweave isn’t as good for heavy weights! Wool is high maintenance!! And – bamboo is for newborns! Hold up. It apparently … More Review – LJHandwovens – Golden Heart