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Carry Them Close: About Babywearing

When I had the little bird I hadn’t looked into the different possibilities on how I could wear my baby. I had received a baby carrier as a hand me down and hadn’t checked how to use it until I realised that my baby liked to be carried around.   179 more words


Wedding Bouquet collection, wrap #1

This wrap is woven with Supima cotton, hand-painted, and that’s the first time I worked with Supima.  And it stood to its reputation: it is smooth, elastic and soft – all of which is awesome for a baby wrap.   66 more words


The Wedding Bouquet, baby wrap #5

A wrap of all silk, hand-painted, woven in twill variation.  Light in hand, soft, with shimmery spun silk, it is quite lovely.  250 GSM, and with this particular silk elasticity, I hope the wrap will be very cush and supportive at the same time. 12 more words


Wedding Bouquet collection, wrap #4

This piece is woven with bourette silk that was twisted with bits of silk in different colours.  I believe that Habu labels this silk as “Tsumugi”, which is a correct name, as “tsumugi” means “bourette” in Japanese.   79 more words


baba kucağı nedir? ya da herkesin bildiği ismiyle kanguru'nun faydaları nelerdir?

Burnunuzda bebeğinizin kokusu, göğsünüzde sıcaklığı, heryerde birlikte olmak, onu bir parçanız gibi yapmak hem size iyi gelecek hem de ona…..

Meriç, henüz 1 haftalıkken pazar kahvaltıları ile gezmelere başladık. 988 more words


The Wedding Bouquet, wrap #2

Gentle and subtle, yet beautiful and strong, with 270 GSM density.

The weft is the same silk as in the warp. Weft colours are gentle, with three shades of pale pink, and there is turquoise and sour apple green accents to add another layer of intricacy to the look. 64 more words


The Wedding Bouquet, wrap #3

Drape, softness and pleasure for the eyes, if I am asked to describe this wrap.

SeaSilk yarn, hand-dyed in pink, magenta, fuchsia, with the hints of yellow and turquoise, is the weft for this beauty. 79 more words