Back to Yenn (the wrap, of course). It is thick, but it is also very soft and amazingly pliable, similar to the legendary Dekka Tilias – actually, in hand they feel very similar, which is a great compliment for such a new brand in my opinion. Tying and tightening of the wrap went smoothly, its glide and grip was in perfect balance and it held in the carry without any problems, throughout the hour long walk while Emilka took her afternoon nap. However, I must also mention one quite annoying thing I am used to encounter in quite a lot of Polish wraps of different brands – it is very narrow, I measured only 61 cm. This is not something you would be happy about in a toddler wrap and it is virtually impossible to create a deep seat with such a narrow piece with a bigger wearie. I rarely tie the rucksack carry in which the proper deep seat is necessary; however, you need to create a seat while tying any carry and with 61 cm it is, diplomatically said, uneasy). All in all, I did tie it, I did put my toddler to sleep in it and my shoulders felt very comfortable. Despite its inadequate width, Yenn had everything I wish for in a great toddler wrap – soft, pliable, slightly elastic; everything was just according to my wrap taste. As to the maintenance (not talking about the somewhat impractical light colour) I think it might be quite prone to pulls – not that I managed to pull any threads during our testing, but in my experience wraps with such a fluffy weave are not exactly pull-proof (but on the other hand, it is very easy to repair the pulls in such wraps).