Oscha Slings was founded in 2010 to bring beautiful design to the world of baby slings - everything is handcrafted in our small Scottish workshop from organic and natural materials.
Co-Founded by a mother of three children born within 16 months of each other, Zoe began Oscha when using slings became a life-saver. Developed with father and artist, Mike, we make comfortable baby slings any parent would be proud to wear, with a focus on colour, weave and stunning design.
As huge fans of the world of Tolkien, here you can also find a full The Lord of the Rings™-inspired collection of baby slings and accessories including throws, mugs and scarves.
Teemill are an award-winning company for their pioneering work in zero-waste fashion. They make only what is needed (each item is printed just for you!) and ensure everything can be sent back to be re-milled and used over and over again as part of a circular economy.
All their clothing is printed in the UK & EU from organic and remanufactured cotton. All inks used are non-toxic and low-waste, conforming to the GOTS/Soil Association organic criteria. The factory itself runs on renewable energy and your item is shipped in plastic-free packaging.
Start with Organic
Organic production uses less water, does not add to the burden of chemicals and is better for the farmers, land and wildlife. Using natural yarns for your clothes means plastic is not put back into the earth when clothing reaches the end of the cycle (60% of clothing is made from plastic).
Only What is Needed
Printing on demand reduces waste - only 40% of clothing produced is actually used, most shops destroy unsold items. Drop shipping directly to you also reduces the carbon footprint. Throught the supply chain renewable energy is used making Teemill a carbon neutral company.
There And Back Again
Your item is sent in plastic free-packaging reducing the waste burden. Wash instructions encourage a longer product life and when you're done each item has a label to help you send it back to be re-milled into your next T-shirt.