This wrap is a tribute to Rosalind Franklin who is best known for her work on the X-ray diffraction images of DNA, which led to the discovery of the DNA double helix. [… Her] scientific contributions to the discovery of the double helix are often overlooked.
Rosalind's Double Helix is woven with a natural cotton warp and mercerized bright orange cotton weft. She breaks in immediately and after the first wash, is soft and cushy despite being on the slightly thinner side. She provides lovely drape and is very moldable. She may not be able to decipher your genotype, but will surely provide impressive support when carrying your infant or toddler. Double Helix weighs 300g/m2 loom state.
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