Review: Oscha Slings

Oscha Slings is a British woven wrap company based in Scotland, and was the first jacquard woven sling company in Great Britain. Run by a Father and Daughter team, the wraps showcase intricate patterns and images, with a fashion forward focus. Oscha (pronounced Oh-sha) will always have a special place in my heart as, after starting out with a couple of Lenny Lambs (which I’ve reviewed … Continue reading Review: Oscha Slings

Winter Babywearing: Angel Wings Coat

At this time of year, layering up becomes really important, but wrapping over coats is so difficult! Last year, after an extensive hunt for the perfect babywearing coat, I settled on a wool coat from Angel Wings, a Czech babywearing clothing company. This coat has lots of features which I love. It comes with an extra panel which zips in easily for back carries, the … Continue reading Winter Babywearing: Angel Wings Coat

Dahlia Wraps: Augustine Art review

It’s always tricky deciding whether to branch out from your favourite brands, in many walks of life. When I saw that Dahlia Wraps had a summer sale on though, I had a little peek and spotted this gorgeous glittery purple thing, in a blend which looked perfect for me: cotton 65%, merino 30%, cashmere 3%, lurex 2%. At 295gsm, it’s about the right thickness for me … Continue reading Dahlia Wraps: Augustine Art review

Handweaver Focus: Time Warp Handwovens

Time Warp Handwovens are an American brand. There are two weavers, Jess and Natasha, based in Yelm, Washington. They use some really lovely unusual fibres in their blends. I was able to holiday one of their wraps from a friend, a size 3 called Night Falls. The blend is Egyptian Cotton and Tencel. This was the first Tencel blend I had tried and I was impressed … Continue reading Handweaver Focus: Time Warp Handwovens

Handweaver Focus: Ruck n Roll Handwovens

Ruck n Roll handwovens is a fab quirky brand woven by Jo-Anne. Focusing usually on black or white warps with a striking rainbow stripe, Ruck n Roll also specialise in stunning weaving techniques allowing a city skyline to be woven along the length of a wrap. Head over to the Facebook page for some stunning images. However the wrap I got to try out was … Continue reading Handweaver Focus: Ruck n Roll Handwovens

#ispyfispi – How I Fell In Love With All Things Firespiral

We’re all different in the babywearing world – some have a favourite blend, some have wraps from all sorts of brands, some have only high end… well for me it’s all about Firespiral Slings. Firespiral Slings is based in Bolton. Their wraps are designed and woven in the UK and their designs are inspired by the universal patterns in nature. They have 2 weaves: Alchemy, which … Continue reading #ispyfispi – How I Fell In Love With All Things Firespiral