Tussah-silk, also known as "wild silk", is made from the cocoon of the Oak Silk Moth. The wild silk worms live naturally and their silk is gathered after the moth emerges. This silk is somewhat irregular which gives it a special charm.
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❣ NEW Didymos Flames Silver ❣ Silver Flames Silk is woven from raw white cotton combined with Tussah Silk that comes as Schappe silk.
This gorgeous DIDYMOS Woven Wrap is a blend of Organic Cotton and Tussah Silk. It combines a dark blue cotton warp with shimmering Tussah Silk weft yarns alternating cyclamen, jade green and cornflower blue.
❣NEW DIDYMOS Flames Gold ❣ Gold Flames Silk is woven from raw white cotton combined with Tussah Silk that comes as Schappe silk.
A message of love in 45 languages, woven into a baby wrap, a message that cannot be said often enough to express your love for your children.
A beautiful medium to heavy weight tri-blend fabric in the symbolic Flower of Life pattern. The natural shades of the Organic Cotton, Wool and Tussah silk combine perfectly to create this shimmering and elegant version of the symbolic pattern. An exceptionally soft and luxurious wrap with fabulous drape!
NEW DIDYMOS Vitalis Anthracite. Woven in a soft blend of organic cotton and tussah silk. Silk has an unparalleled lustre and shimmer. The fibre woven into a fabric is soft right from the start with absolutely no breaking in required. It has a lovely flow and drape and is quite easy to wrap with.
The classic DIDYMOS 1975 pattern woven in a smooth blend of tussah silk and cotton
A new addition to the DIDYMOS Double Face line made from a gorgeous blend of turquoise cotton and natural Tussah silk. The Double Face wraps are a two-sided weave.
The Red Dots pattern realized with a Tussah silk bland. The fabric is fine and lightweight and features white dots spread over a crimson background, and, in between, little fancy mushrooms.
Pink cherryblossoms are in full bloom! Remanufactured according to the same pattern in 2010.