A British baby-wearing and accessories company has launched a range of Britspun scarves.
The collection of Ceo Scarves, woven with our star grade Supima at Lancashire weavers S Dawes, are now on sale and are just the first of Oscha Sling’s products to be made with our yarns.
In October, the Scottish-based company will add baby slings to their boutique collection made from our Suvin Gold – a rare superfine cotton considered to be one of the best in the world.
A family run business, Oscha was founded by father and daughter Mike and Zoe Masters, who craft all of their products from their workshop near Edinburgh.
The importance of provenance
Zoe said: “We know that provenance is very important to our customers and sourcing as locally as possible is something that we’re particularly passionate about, so we’re always looking for high quality, natural and local yarns.
“We’re delighted to be able to support English Fine Cottons and see this industry kick started in Britain once again.”
Zoe say’s the company’s mission is to make innovative and artistic baby carriers and woven accessories that every parent will be proud to use – all with an emphasis on exceptional quality and ethical values.
The beautiful lustre and softness of our Supima and Suvin Gold yarns are perfect for Oscha’s customers – babywearing parents who carry their children close to them.
As well as baby slings and carriers, they produce a range of shawls, scarves and cowls all with unique and eye-catching designs.
Many of the lightweight Ceo scarves woven with our cotton are part of Oscha’s Middle-Earth Collection. The company boasts exclusive rights with Middle-Earth Enterprises and their ‘Rings of Power’, ‘Misty Mountains’ and ‘Ancients of Gondor’ scarves all have a Tolkein-esque design.
At English Fine Cottons we are thrilled to see some of the first products made from our yarns go out to market.
Made in Britain starts here
Tracy Hawkins said: “These scarves look fabulous and we’re really proud our yarns are reaching companies like Oscha, who are as passionate about provenance as we are.
“After a year in production, we’ve come across more and more business like them – that have a loyal base of customers, who not only love their products but love the story behind their products.
“And we hope that enabling them to offer their customers something made from cotton spun here in the UK will add to their success.”
Visit Oscha’s website to see their full collection at https://www.oschaslings.com