Tag: woven wrap

Wrapsody DuO Review

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I was lucky enough to get my hands on not one, but TWO Wrapsody DuO wraps this summer. Made of lightweight swimsuit material, this wrap is meant for both small babies and, primarily, for use in the water. I have…

Herringbone Splendor Review

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Forget unicorn hair. In the wrap world, tencel’s the new fiber on the block. A sub-category of rayon, with the technical name lyocell, tencel is made of organic fiber (usually wood chips, in this case, eucalyptus) passed through a long…

Daiesu Jigsaw Review

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At first, I wasn’t too sure about Daiesu Sling’s jigsaw pattern. I mean, it’s okay for autism awareness. But was I going to look like The Enigma wearing it? So I girded my loins and asked for black and white,…

Zaffre Sand Tourbillon Review

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It’s no secret that Firespiral’s new Alchemy collection is another line to watch.¬†So when they sent me a zaffre sand tourbillon (doesn’t FiSpi have the best names?!), I was excited to give it a test run. Jen and Tamsin sent…

Oscha Monk’s Belt Review

Confession: I never joined the Oscha madness. I remember when Oscha was The Hot New Company. Thebabywearer.com had a thread for swapping Oscha to Oscha only, because no way would someone trade their unicorn fuzz Oscha – and all Oschas…

Cwtch Review – And a Giveaway!

Visit Manic Pixie Dream Mama on Facebook¬†to win! Once my stash was almost totally wool wraps. True story: while I was heavily pregnant with Baby Bear, in the middle of the summer, I fell head-over-heels for woolies. They’re bouncy. They’re…

Tekhni Aplos: Tale as Old as Time

Tekhni Wovens owner Alisa DeMarco has worked hard to make babywearing affordable. Arche has proven so successful that other companies have jumped on the budget bandwagon: both Poe Wovens and Vaquero have recently released similar pricing schemes. More budget options…

Nunamoochie: Elephant Ears Review

The wrap world is, all around, fairly impossible to pronounce. Did-e-moose or did-e-mus? Jeer-a-sul or heer-a-sol? Teck-nee or tek-nay? Most of us can hardly pronounce “mei tai” correctly (for the record, it’s may-tie, not my-tie), so expecting us to manage…