Harlequin Auri

American Made Woven Wraps: 

Harlequin Auri

Auri, is short for the mineral aurichalcite, which has been found in many places, but namely in Chessy, France. This geometric motif has been plucked from the fashion world and brought to life in a new woven medium, ready to carry your dear one close enough to kiss!

Auri is woven with a 100% natural cotton warp and a 100% cotton aqua blue green weft.

Fabric weight: 285 g/m2 (a slightly lighter weight version than our early prototypes)

This wrap is suitable for babies and toddlers of all sizes. The wrap is woven in a dense weave but it is still light in hand. The dense weave means that you do not need to worry about rings and things catching on strings and "pulling" a yarn out of place on your wrap. As you are wrapping, the fabric passes glide smoothly, and there is not excessive texture to impede the wrap from gliding over itself. The combination of support with the 100% cotton yarns, which soften with use equate to a work-horse baby wrap, both utilitarian and beautiful! 

Here is an excerpt from one of our Chic testers:

"HC is a dense weave wrap, slightly grippy but not overly so, with a nice stretch than make tightening passes easy to do. I like the "heaviness" of the wrap, though by no means would I describe it as beastly. On the contrary, it is quite moldable though it still has some breaking in to do."

Wraps will arrive in "loom state", and as such, we highly recommend that you wash on the gentle cycle in cold water, with a liquid detergent, tumble dry on low, and finish with a steam iron on the cotton setting before use. Also, please be sure to review safety guidelines and instructions

Wraps will be packaged in our lovely, Vermont-made hemp blend bags, with locally embroidered logo, and a Vermont Maple Candy from Sugar Tree Maple Farm will also be included with each purchase!

har·le·quin  [hahr-luh-kwin, -kin]  

A harlequin pattern is a repeating pattern of contrasting diamonds or elongated squares standing on end. A comic, ballet or pantomime character from the Commedia dell'Arte and harlequinade. 


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