Silk is one of the strongest natural fibres, and is thus very supportive. Similar to linen, silk wicks moisture while its low conductivity keeps warm air circulating close to the skin and acting as an insulator in cool weather. Therefore, it is an ideal fibre to wear year round!
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Find Your Perfect Match! (9 products)
The Metro model will appeal to all those who like a sleek, modern look. With its abstract geometric pattern woven in a classic combination of black and white, the wrap is an eye-catcher for sure! Blending 70% organic cotton with 30% Tussah silk, the fabric is soft to the touch, yet sturdy.
The name Shobu stands for early summer colours and so perfectly suits this gorgeous combination of red, iris green, emerald green, white and pink alternating in the warp and interweaving with bleached white weft yarns. NEW TO WRAPPING - WHICH SIZE IS BEST SIZING CHART AND COMMON CARRIES
Jacquard woven and of good medium weight, this fabric blend is soft like the other Ada fabrics and a bit fluffy.
Viola coloured cotton and silver gold Tussah interweave into a playful pattern of sparkling bubbles. The colours blend into shiny little pearls and drops that make the fabric shimmer in the light.
The new DIDYMOS Ada Ocean Silk is woven in a blend of silk and cotton with an approx. fabric weight of 200 g/m2. Perfect for newborns, toddlers and beyond!
Didymos Waves Wellen Leander. 65% organic cotton, 35% silk. Released June 2nd 2011 originally for Babaku. Weight 170 g/m2. The beautiful airy waves weave in a fine silk blend combining acqua coloured orgnanic cotton yarn with ecru coloured silk yarn.
Didymos Rosa Seide. Also known as Silk Rhombus Pink woven exclusively for the Chicago Babywearing Conference. Released June 1st, 2008. 70% organic cotton and 30% silk in light pink and natural/white.
A special release for Mother's Day! The month of May started so warm and friendly in Germany, which seemed like the right time to offer this light weight Tussah-Silk blend in shimmering pink and cyclamen on cornflower blue.