West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft
West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft
West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft
West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft
West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft
West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft
West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature With Flax/Lyocel Weft

West 4th Wraps Handwoven- Signature with Flax/Lyocel Weft

West of the 4th's Signature colorway, now with their new flax/lyocel weft! The flax/lyocel blend gives you the softness of Tencel, the support of linen, and the care of cotton- truly amazing!

West 4th Wraps are the handwoven designs of Nancy that are woven with love at West of the 4th Weaving. Nancy started weaving when she was 18 years old when she joined her local weaving guild. Her weaving and design experience shine through in West 4th Wraps. Each West 4th Wrap has unique design features that were pioneered by Nancy specifically for baby wearing. The soft and supple fabric is like a second skin with excellent grip to give new and experienced wearers the ease of wrapping.

West 4th Wraps are completely handmade! As such, there may be small nubs, thickened threads, weaver's knots, etc. These are not flaws and Heart-Hugs will not accept returns or issue partial refunds due to these normal variations. Handwoven wraps are truly a labor of love and these simply add to the character!

  • CARE INSTRUCTIONS: 100% cotton wraps are all machine washable with a gentle liquid detergent. These wraps can be washed on a normal setting. Washing the wraps will bring the cotton back to its original state before wearing, this is important as cotton will stretch during the normal course of wearing. Periodic washing is required to keep your wrap clean and functioning as designed. The cotton and cotton linen wraps can also be tumbled dry at any heat. During drying do not use softener sheets as softener sheets willchange the flammability of your wrap and may result in serious harm for the caregiver and the child. Iron with or without steam at medium heat. Do not dry clean, after all you don’t want all those dry cleaning chemicals next to your little one's skin. Do not bleach as bleaching can fade colours and weaken the fabric