Katican Chorus a new collaboration with Ali Yee
Since our initial collaboration with Ali, we have been keen to explore a new pattern with her based on her intricate & bold tattoo-style artwork. Ali is half Filipino and is a member of Tatak Ng Apat Na Alon, a modern day tribe which celebrates the renaissance of traditional Filipino tribal tattoos. Using her art as a mode of storytelling and as an exploration of her heritage she brings her new pattern Katican to life.
Katican depicts a vibrant underwater scene, with sea creatures from star fish to turtles and dolphins. You could have hours of fun with your little one, finding all of the sea life hidden throughout Ali's design - we have all enjoyed the excitement of spotting another emerging from the pattern!
The first edition of this pattern has been woven on a colourful warp, reminiscent of the sunset on Calicoan island (pictured on the blog post), the deep blue weft yarn reflects the ocean swirling around the sea creatures.
31% organic combed cotton, 14% organic linen, 55% Scottish linen, approx. 272 gsm.
At Oscha Slings we produce beautiful, high quality wrap around slings (wraps) & ring slings that are carefully designed and developed for you to carry your baby. Our fabric is woven in the UK and Ireland, and then hand-crafted into babywearing slings in Scotland.
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