Double Hammock with a Poppin’s Finish Tutorial. This tutorial already assumes knowledge of a Double Hammock. This is a nice one shoulder alternative finish, and is great for showcasing both sides of a woven wrap in a carry. I am using a size 6 (4.6 meter) Sagitta Sunshine by Risaroo Wovens, which is myContinue reading “Tutorial: Poppin’s Finish for a Double Hammock”
When I first dove into the world of Woven wraps, I found back carries to be really daunting. I was not exactly flexible enough to reach the high-up places on my back that I thought I needed to in order to make a “secure seat”. That combined with an arching, leg straightening toddler… meant thatContinue reading “Making A Seat in a Woven Wrap”
This Double Hammock variation on a torso carry is a very supportive multi-pass torso carry. This is best done with your base size wrap. Here I am using a Size 5 (4.2 meter) Natibaby Passiflora. Great for those with picky shoulders or less cooperative kids. It can be done with a longer wrap, whereas aContinue reading “Tutorial: Double Hammock Torso Carry”
This Kerrington Pearl tester from Risaroo Wovens really inspired this carry. It is thin and soft and glides pretty easy, making it the perfect candidate for this fancy finish.
Ruck back carry with a toddler, finished with a Sling Ring. I am using a Size 4 Navy Stripes *secret tester* and a Large Sling Ring.
I love this carry for hiking, back naps, museums, anything where I know that she is going to be up on my back for awhile. It is incredibly supportive, and has no ruck straps – which I am not a fan of for long term wear. This is also a great carry for long wraps,Continue reading “Tutorial: Double Hammock with Xena Finish”
This is a tutorial for nursing a toddler in a Soft Structured Carrier. The carrier used is a Toddler Sized Wrap Conversion Full Buckle (WCFB) by Anaira Creations. It is converted from a Natibaby Linden woven wrap.
This is a Front Wrap Cross Carry tutorial for a toddler. This is a great carry for nursing, or for snuggling with a sick toddler. It has multiple passes for support, and is one of the few front carries I can still use comfortably with my toddler. I am using a Size 5 Elevill ZaraContinue reading “Tutorial: Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC) with a Toddler”