Recenzija tkane marame: Tarabeau Zova Heqet

 

Tarabeau Zova Heqet u vezu DH u vel. kratkoj 6

Tarabeau je novo ime na sve brže rastućoj sceni nošenja i nosiljki u svijetu, no već  i prije prvog puštanja u prodaju počelo je plijeniti pozornost dizajnima i luksuznim materijalima. Tarabeau tkane marame dizajnirane su u Nizozemskoj a tkane su u Belgiji. Bila sam van sebe od uzbuđenja kad me kontaktirala Ines, dizajnerica, vlasnica i osnivačica, i ponudila mi da odaberem maramu koju želim testirati  puna 2 tjedna. Zova Heqet mi je odmah upala u oko, a i stvarno sam htjela probati fini 100%tni egipatski pamuk u marami naglašenije teksture. Samo ime joj doziva egipatsku božicu poroda i plodnosti a intrigantni uzorak podsjeća na sjemenke s 3 vrška, ili cvijeće…? Tarabeau marame su dizajnirane tako da oko vidi ono što želi vidjeti, pa i “kriva” strana tako uvijek može biti i prava. Zova se fantastično mota, sloj klizi preko sloja bez zapinjanja, sama se plisira, a beščvorni završetak drži na mjestu gotovo kao čičak, bez proklizavanja. Teška je srednjih 245 g/m2 no u ruci se čini da je deblja, spužvastija. Ima rastezljivosti taman toliko da težinu bebe odlično amortizira ali vez drži izuzetno čvrsto na mjestu. Marama je prozračna i odlična i za ljetno vrijeme. Isprobala sam ju u duljim i kraćim šetnjama, sa preciznim i šlampavim motanjem u sva tri položaja i u 5-6 vezova. Odlična je bila i u vezu ruksak i u vezu DH. Nije mi se činila kao dobar izbor za novorođenče, barem ne dok još nije u potpunosti “slomljena” (razrađena, smekšana). Ovo je do sada bila jedina marama od koje se opraštao i moj muž. Molio me da ju ne pošaljem nazad u Nizozemsku. 😀 Baš nam se jako svidjela i radi teksture, i radi boje. To je marama koju jednostavno ne možete prestati opipavati i istraživati među prstima, pruža baš pravi taktilno-hedonistički užitak.

Tarabeau Zova Heqet

Tarabeau is a new brand in the babywearing scene but it already started to grab a lot of attention with its designs and luxury materials even before it’s first official release. The wraps are designed in the Netherlands and woven in Belgium. I was exhilarated when Ines of Tarabeau contacted me and offered me to pick a wrap and test it for the entire 2 weeks. Zova Heqet immediately caught my eye, and I really wanted to try 100% fine Egyptian cotton in a textured wrap. The name is inspired by the Egyptian goddess of childbirth and fertility, and it’s intriguing pattern reminds a bit of three pointed seeds, or maybe flowers..? Tarabeau designs are well thought through and adapted for the human eye: “All Tarabeau designs are inspired by optical power that teases the imagination to see whatever the eye wants to see. Even turned the ‘wrong’ side up, the eye sees different shapes and forms, what makes it ‘right’ again”. I’ve tried it out in a sloppy and in a good wrapjob, for short and for long walks in all three positions and 5-6 carries. It was great in a plain ruck as well in a double hammock. It just didn’t seem like a good choice for a newborn, at least not while it’s not fully broken in yet. It’s breathable, would be great for summer and has what I love most about quality baby wraps: a little stretch and perfectly accented texture in an interesting geometric pattern. It provides excellent support, has great wrapping qualities: it’s spongy and self pleating, glides without getting stuck, and does not sag or dig with a heavier child. It’s the only wrap until now my husband had to say his goodbyes to. 😀 We both really liked it. He begged me not to send it back to the Netherlands. It’s the kind of wrap one cannot simply stop playing with, it feels great under fingers and gives a real tactile-hedonistic pleasure.

Zova Heqet was even displayed in a babywearing flashmob in Zagreb 🙂
My 17 month old son loved it too. Thumbs up! 

Size 6 is now available in Tarabeau’s Etsy shop for 179€.

 

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