The focus of this project is the aesthetic potential of textiles for baby wrap-arounds, whereby visual and haptic attractiveness are subtly interwoven together. The design choices mainly concern the material, determined by the practical use of the baby sling. Silk, cotton and wool are used, exploiting the fact that the cellulose and protein fibres colour with different intensities. Using a hand-weaving loom, the raw material is woven into samples with different weft and warp sequences, as well as weaves. The specific arrangement of the material defines the pattern, which however only becomes visible once dyed, the process in turn solely involving light vegetable dyes. The end result is an exemplary collection of patterns in the form of a catalogue, systematically showing the potential design scope of the criteria selected.