Museum of Solnce Products
size 7 - 310€, size 6 - 290€, size 5 - 270€, size 4 - 250€, size 3 - 230€, ring sling (gathered shoulder, 210 cm short rail, silver rings) - 230€
We are excited to introduce to you our new pattern and new weave at once. Our Moons pattern has been inspired by the cycle of the moon.
Cloudberry weave is our new signature weaving technique originating from the multiple layers weaves. And now hold your breath... our cloudberry weave is an variation of the triple cloth! Sounds unique, doesn't it? Not one, not two, but three layers. It is unique in looks and feel.
We have named this technique "cloudberry" in order to reflect its qualities. The material indeed feels soft and cloudy. It is an airy, soft, forgiving and supportive wrap.
Moons To the Moon and Back is a versatile, all-round wrap suitable for all occasions. It is easy in care and use and is machine washable.
Dark cherry and black. Heavy weight wrap in our innovatie signature blackberry weave. This is a unique weave which allows wraps with a higher GSM to stay soft and have a pleasant drape without being bulky. The wrap requires a short breaking in period. It has a great support and weight distribution. Heavy toddlers will feel weightless. The recycled cashmere yarn is fluffy and slightly textured due to the uneven structure. Genesis Cherry is thick, cozy and gentle - perfect for warm snuggles and dreaming away.
NB: the recycled cashmere yarn is made from the older cashmere yarns and batches from previous years. The yarn which normally would have been wasted has been saved by the manufacturer and processed into the new yarn.
size 7 - 380€, size 6 - 360€, size 5 - 340€, size 4 - 340€, size 3 short - 290€, size 2 long - 285€, scrap (hemmed, 150/170x80 cm) - 100€
An eyecatcher! Soft, cushy neon-yellow cloud. The wrap is soft from the bag and will break in easily. It's great for all ages and experience levels.
Photography by l2pic studio photo Nathalie D'Elia
Version with hemp: 43% black Egyptian cotton, 16% natural charcoal yak wool, 16% natural tussah silk, 15% red hemp, 10% red merino wool, 330 gr/m2, triweave
size 4 short - 400€, size 5 - 460€, size 6 - 500€, scarf 235cm x 34cm - 115€
Heavy in hand, light on the body, amazingly soft but strong due to a small percentage of the hemp yarn. Great for most ages!
Version without hemp: 44% black Egyptian cotton, 17% natural charcoal yak wool, 17% natural tussah silk, 22% red merino, 330 gr/m2, triweave
size 5 - 460€, size 6 - 500€, scarf 160x34 - 80€, scarf 250x34-125€
Soft and floppy as a blanket, yet strong and supportive. Great for most ages and experience levels.
Genesis Night's Watch is woven in the triweave technique which makes this wrap solid, grippy but airy and floppy. The wrap is not soft right from the bag, but the first handwash will make a difference. It will need a little effort to break in. I can recommend the wrap to wrappers experienced in handling heavier wraps. The wrap is great for bigger babies and toddlers.
This is a medium-weight wrap, suitable for all experience levels and all ages. The wrap is soft from the bag and modlable, requires a short breaking in period. It's a great all around wrap, easy in handling and caring, cushy enough for newborns, supportive enough for toddlers and always gentle for your shoulders.
This is a medium-weight wrap. Suitable for all experience levels, except if you are the very first time wrapper. The wrap has a bit of cardboard feel from the bag, but after the first washing cylce it will become soft, moldable and easy to handle. Ironing on the low temperature will help to get rid of the light prickly feel.
The wrap is suitable for newborns and toddlers. The baby camel yarn in combination with the Angel Wing pattern makes this wrap amazingly supportive, but gentle for your shoulders.
The yarn comes from the warm undercoat from the two-humped Bactrian baby camel. This type of camel lives mainly in the inner Mongolia, Kazakhstan, and Afghanistan. They are tended by nomadic herders. In the winter the Bactrian camels grow a thick warm coat to protect themselves from the cold. In spring they naturally shed their soft under hair which is collected by the herders.
The baby camel hair has a structire similar to cashmere. It makes a lightweight, super soft yarn with thermal regulation.