We hope you remember our fisrst pure collection <3There is time to offer you again these beautful wraps – this time with supima cotton. Supima is a trademark given to carefully selected Pima cotton. The name is a combination of the words Superior and Pima Only cotton from those farms in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas that meet the highest standards is awarded the seal of approval. This is assessed by a non-profit organization called Supima, founded in 1954. In other words, all Supima comes from Pima cotton, but not all Pima deserve the name Supima. Supima cotton differs from the "normal" fiber length. Shorter fibers produce a yarn that is slightly rougher. Supima, on the other hand, is perfectly soft, more durable and retains its color in washing. It is also resistant to pilling. When preparing this collection, our aim was to meet your needs. Many of you would like to have your dream pattern with a beautiful admixture in your favorite colors, but it is not always possible. This collection was created for those who would like to dye their wraps themselves - they will be beautiful! Although from the raw version they are amazing, wild and natural!cWe would also like to disenchant a few myths about fibers - natural bamboo, modal, tencel - considered as summer fibers, but they are not only seasonal fibers. Due to the fact that they are cellulose from plants, they are skin-friendly, soft and shiny - you can wear them all year round. But because they are extremely absorbent and airy - manufacturers recommend them for warmer days.
You can find today your favorite patterns - Runes, Hedviga, Shield, Remember, Yggdrasil
Supima cotton mixed with tencel, modal bamboo is perfection! We also know that sometimes you are looking for completely white or light wraps for various occasions such as weddings, baptisms etc, so we hope these pearls will complete your collection. There is couple blends and patterns so we think everyone will find something perfect After washing there may be smaller or larger clusters of them, but if you wash the wrap several times, they will disappear It happens when yarn is completley raw. So do you want to go crazy and dye your wrap or will you leave it natural and wild?