Museum of Solnce Products
* - second grade, light weaving flaws
This wrap is a kinesthetic heaven, as if woven from the clouds. Woven in the triweave technique, the wraps has a high GSM, but is suprisingly airy and floppy. The flames mulberry silk yarn is uneven in thickness with thick and thin areas along the whole length of the yarn due to the unique spinning technique, which makes the yarn airy and butterfly soft. The wrap is soft from the bag and needs a short breaking in period. It will be a wonderful wrap for newborns and great for toddlers. Even with this high weight I can recommend this wrap for all experience levels.
This is a medium-heavyweight wrap. It is soft even unwashed and will get even more soft after washing. The wrap is easy to warp with and is suitable for all levels of experience. It is soft and gentle even for the bare skin of the newborns, and will provide a great support for the toddlers.
No itch guaranteed!
Alpacas have been bred in South America for thousands of years. Vicugnas were first domesticated and bred into alpacas by the ancient tribes of the Andean highlands of Peru, Argentina, Chile and Bolivia. Two thousand-year-old Paracas textiles are thought to include alpaca fiber. Also known as “The Fiber of the Gods”, Alpaca was used to make clothing for royalty (wikipepdia).
The best alaca yarn is known as royal baby alpaca. This yarn rivals cashmere for softness and silk for smooth feeling and subtle sheen. The royal baby alpaca is lighter than wool and is much warmer. It has kept the people of the Andean highlands warm for thousands of years. This yarn is also stronger than wool and is naturally water resistant. Items made from royal baby alpaca will last for years with minimum care. The royal baby alpaca yarn is made from the finest, carefully selected fibers. It is free from the coars fibers which give the prickly sensation and can be worn against bare skin.