Why choose this pattern?
Let yourself be inspired by the sparkling optimism and happy vibes, of these gentle dragonflies. It will bring out smiles, everytime!
What you'll love about this ring sling?
How do you care for it?
It's a lot more durable than the classic cotton fibre, thanks to the long cellular strands, which gives the Egyptian Cotton a special kind of resistance. You can wash it with a clean conscience because this sling will take it. Be careful to follow the cleaning instructions.
To fully enjoy it you will need to prepare it for the first wear as follows:
washed at 30 degrees, on a delicate program
with a detergent that does not contain optical brighteners and without conditioner
can be ironed on a normal temperature
naturally dried on a flat surface, do not tumble dry
In the last step of the production process of the wrap fabric, it needs emollients to stabilize the fibers. The properties of these fibers are best highlighted only after a correct washing / drying process. For the safety of you and your baby, we do NOT recommend wearing before this first wash.
Why choose a ring sling?
The ring sling is mostly used when your baby is active and curious, but also wants to be held up, in your arms. Anytime you need to carry the baby for short periods of time, the ring sling is a great choice. You can adjust it with a few moves, and you are on your way!
What makes "Sunkissed Dragonfly" ring sling special?
If you want one ring sling, that will be part of your journey from the first days with your newborn, to the "up and down" toddlerhood days, this is the perfect choice. And it will look just as amazing, for years to come.
Design story - behind the scenes:
"This is the first Mum Muah design that I created with the illustrator Cristina Frei. She is an amazing woman and she illustrated it while she was pregnant. There is a lot of soul inside it. I chose the dragonfly, because I feel it's a very elegant insect. It embraces change and uses it to its advantage. It actually changes color as it ages. And fun fact, some females even take in time the colour of the male dragonflies."