41% supima cotton
29% egyptian cotton
12% mulberry silk
The first picture that came into my mind when I unpacked this wrap was a sunny summer sky with little clouds here and there. These colours just make me happy whenever I look at it, it’s a fresh and friendly contrast and both sides look fantastic. I really like the Matilda design. When you lay it down on the floor or hang it up you can see a very nice and even pattern. When it’s wrapped it looks like an artist just made some points with his brush. It’s a very dynamic pattern without looking restless.
Like all Hubertine wraps I had in hand so far, this one has a very dense weaving. Anita C. needs some breaking in until it shows its full potential. You can feel the 18% linen but after a wash and a few uses it will fluff up and especially the blue part get’s softer every time I wrap with it. It’s neither thin or thick, a very nice medium wrap and wrapping with it is very easy. It’s not stiff or heavy, it wraps around your and your little one’s body and will keep you comfortable and cozy.
Beause of it’s material it feels quite airy and won’t let you sweat in hot climates. It is very supportive and I can imagine, it can absolutely do single layer carries with a toddler. Unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to try this yet. But I used it a lot with our 7 months old baby and I always got a perfect wrapjob where I could where him in for hours.
Some comparisons of my personal thoughts:
Not as soft as La Nuit. But a little bit thicker. And more supportive.
As supportive as Matilda Lise.
Not as fluffy as Plumeria but that same silky and flowing feeling like Sanguine.