Skye is a perfect newborn ‘spider-web’ – even more perfect and more newborn-suitable than the all-cotton Unalaska, for example, despite it has a slightly higher weight than the whales. The warp is cotton and the weft is a combination of bamboo, viscose and linen. We tested the wrap in a perfectly broken-in state and I think it is an utter understatement to say it was soft as butter – it is quite difficult to describe the tactile feeling. Here, I am in complete consonance with the above-mentioned poet who wrote that Skye is like the morning mist – it basically melts in your hands and runs through your fingers. Moreover, it is so soft that I would not be afraid to wrap even a premie in it. It basically ties itself – it is perfectly user-friendly and especially beginner-friendly, its tightening is very easy thanks to its amazing pliability. In the carry it feels slightly elastic and holds in its place without any problems. As to the care of the wrap, it is quite prone to pulls, similarly as all its Vatanai relatives.