Night’s Watch Cyano Charters Moss

(3 customer reviews)

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Night’s Watch Cyano Charters Moss is 86% combed cotton, 10% viscose, 4% cashmere and approx. 260gsm

It is an easy-care machine washable wrap.

Here’s what Nelly from Drowsy but Awake thought of it:

Night’s watch is, first and foremost, insanely soft and snuggly. Firespiral is renowned for its kitten belly soft combed cotton warps, complemented in this case by viscose and cashmere among the weft threads. The weft face somehow manages to be textured and smooth at the same time, and the wrap feels floppy and thin in hand, making it the perfect choice for a new baby.

Night’s watch is incredibly easy to wrap with, and truly wraps itself, with passes gliding easily but staying in place. It’s been most used here in a kangaroo carry, but has also held up well in a front wrap cross carry, short front cross carry, semi pocket front cross carry, and ruck, all with 3 month old baby E. I imagine it would be great with multi pass carries for bigger babies too.

It says a lot about this wrap that since it’s been here, I haven’t reached for any other sling. It’s been everywhere with us – on the preschool run, through the woods, and even on an epic adventure to London by rail and tube!

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Night’s Watch Cyano Charters Moss is 86% combed cotton, 10% viscose, 4% cashmere and approx. 260gsm

It is an easy-care machine washable wrap.

Here’s what Nelly from Drowsy but Awake thought of it:

Night’s watch is, first and foremost, insanely soft and snuggly. Firespiral is renowned for its kitten belly soft combed cotton warps, complemented in this case by viscose and cashmere among the weft threads. The weft face somehow manages to be textured and smooth at the same time, and the wrap feels floppy and thin in hand, making it the perfect choice for a new baby.

Night’s watch is incredibly easy to wrap with, and truly wraps itself, with passes gliding easily but staying in place. It’s been most used here in a kangaroo carry, but has also held up well in a front wrap cross carry, short front cross carry, semi pocket front cross carry, and ruck, all with 3 month old baby E. I imagine it would be great with multi pass carries for bigger babies too.

It says a lot about this wrap that since it’s been here, I haven’t reached for any other sling. It’s been everywhere with us – on the preschool run, through the woods, and even on an epic adventure to London by rail and tube!

Read more about it on our wraps database.

 

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3 reviews for Night’s Watch Cyano Charters Moss

  1. Dora Weir (verified owner)

    Night’s Watch Cyano Charters Moss was my first loomstate Firespiral wrap and as I was expecting I really needed something soft and newborn friendly. I was absolutely thrilled with it. It came already butter soft and squish ready. I can’t decide which side is the right side for me. The color gradient is beautiful and brightens up your day. The dark “jeans” side is a bit more incognito and has more grip. Wrap is easily tightened in multilayer carries and doesn’t slip. Very happy with this purchase.

    • Tamsin

      Dora, thank you for taking the time to write us a review, we really appreciate it!

  2. Kate Roesen (verified owner)

    I think this is the most beautiful wrap I’ve ever tried. The colours are stunning and really suit the pattern. It’s a fairly thin wrap but it seems to have a magic sort of cush to it still, and even with carrying a two year old it doesn’t feel diggy. It’s really easy to wrap with being soft and floppy from the start and I’m really enjoying using it. My sister has had this wrap’s sister since her baby was new so I know it’s perfect for newborns too.

  3. Kyla Linnenkohl (verified owner)

    Such a soft, beautiful wrap. Cushy and floppy.right out of the bag. The colors made me yearn for it. I sit and stare at the cyano sometimes just because it is so beautiful. I got it in a 2 because I wanted a long scarf that would double as an emergency wrap for outings. I would size up now that I’ve held it as it’s glidey and quite a bit thinner than all of the other Fispis I’ve had. The weave is also quite prone to pulls, so be aware of that.

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