Ulchi Monochrome

Brand: Volgasli
ngmodel: Ulchi Monochr
ome composition: 100%
Cotton Size: 6 + (5m long and 68cm wide) Wei
ght: 274 g/m2, triweaveCor
: White and Black

Hey, guys, how you doing? How was this summer for you? I do not know for the rest of the country but here by Minho Autumn wants to arrive ahead of time, not enough the summer arrive late that autumn wants to anticipate.

Well today I come to tell you about a rag that has conquered my heart, the Ulchi Monochrome of the Volgasling. I started by talking to you about seasons of the year why? If the idea is to talk about the cloth, right?! Because we wanted to walk this rag on the beach, because it was a beautiful sunny day, but the beaches of the north are a little naughty and we could not stay there long, because the icy wind did not allow us even to roll in the cloth.

This beautiful cloth came to me at hand through Marta who asked for a little help to break her newest driné and as here we have a heavy cuzinho that loves to be loaded we could not deny certainly. I confess that incidentally when I saw the pictures of him I became so, um I think that is not very my style, too worked and on top a clear and large cloth, ie will need many care with those tips. Oh, that's a headache, I thought. Luckily I fooled the damn cloth is beautiful, beautiful indeed, it seems that the pictures do not live up to their true beauty.

Its pattern reminiscent of a Baroque style and at the same time Super contemporary makes it the perfect combination for both day to day and for a more formal event due to its great elegance. What I thought would be too light is not so much so your pattern gives you a shade of gray when mixing black and white. It reminded me very much also the design of some traditional Portuguese tiles, those we still find in some older buildings in the city lows.

Its pattern reminiscent of a Baroque style and at the same time Super contemporary makes it the perfect combination for both day to day and for a more formal event due to its great elegance. What I thought would be too light is not so much so your pattern gives you a shade of gray when mixing black and white. It reminded me very much also the design of some traditional Portuguese tiles, those we still find in some older buildings in the city lows.

This cloth is easycare, which made you like it even more. Although I think it's too long to climb up and down that we now walk with the little brat wanting to run, it's not a cloth that requires great care, because it's not easy to pull it. It is triweave, a cloth with two plots, that is, although it gives the initial feeling of being thick and heavy is not well and ends up surprising a lot. Because of this feature can frighten as soon as you catch it, but when we get involved in it we realize that it embraces us in a super comfortable way. It has a very closed weft however it is not a dense cloth. It has a good grip and a good diagonal, which makes it good support in a simple rucksack, but also facilitates when doing a HD. It gives a good support to a toddler, but as it has a good diagonal is also great for a baby. The touch is fresh, it's not that fluffy blanket at all. I could not fail to speak also in the special touch that is the pouch where it comes, made also of the same material of the cloth but in another pattern, are those details that enchel us even more.

This is undoubtedly one of those rags that has conquered my heart and my hacker boy too, for let me tell you to put this cloth in the box to return it to your mother was not easy task, it was like a mother trying to explain that all babies have to be with the His mammys and that that was no exception, but maybe he'll win a foster mother;)

I hope you enjoyed another review of us and how we did not get many photos on the beach we had to go sightseeing to other parishes 

Kisses from me and the Piratinha, until next time.

Ana Ramos

(PHOTOS: Eduardo Ramos-https://www.facebook.com/eduardoramosmultimidia/)