woven wraps

  1. Woven Wrap Wednesday With Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC)

    Woven Wrap Wednesday With Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC)


    This week we are looking at the front wrap cross carry. This is the carry most people learn first, a nice simple carry and great to practice tightening.

    In the video we show two ways to tighten so you can see what works best for you. We have also added shoulder flips. This helps keep the fabric away from babies face and allowed them a better view if they are getting to that 'nosey' stage.


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  2. What Is a Woven Wrap? | How To Use A Woven Wrap

    Woven wraps are a beautiful way to carry your baby


    Woven wraps are a beautiful way to carry your baby. They can be tied for front, back and hip carries, and if you've loved using a stretchy wrap for your newborn and young baby, then a woven wrap will allow you to continue wrapping with a larger, heavier baby, toddler and child. In this post I talk about how to use a woven wrap; I talk more about the different blends and sizes available in this post.

    There is a ritual to wrapping; the cloth, the movements, the finish. It can seem daunting at the beginning - the long length of fabric, without structure, and yes, there is a learning curve with it, for sure. However, the lack of structure is exactly what makes a woven wrap so versatile. It

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  3. Do You Love Woven Wraps? We do!

    Woven Wraps


    Do you like woven wraps?


    Have you tried or used a woven wrap?


    If you haven't, would you like to?


    If you didn't like them, what was it that you didn't like?


    Me, I love woven wraps. Fact. Did I always love woven wraps? Erm, well, not love, no. I had more of a determination to make them work. And as I learned how to use them and how they work, I grew to love them dearly.


    Oh, the anticipation as you open the box, the feel in hand at that first touch, all freshly folded.


    Then, like the smashing of champagne on a new cruise liner, the inaugural steam

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