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Baby's Bum should be resting in the hammock of the wrap, knees bent, higher than the bum. (Keep in mind this doll doesn't have knees)

Making a seat in a woven wrap - Baby's Bum should be resting in the hammock of the wrap, knees bent, higher than the bum. (Keep in mind this doll doesn't have knees)

The Anatomy of a "Deep Seat" Making a seat can often be the most difficult part of #wovenwrap or #ringsling use. I struggled with it in the beginning, mostly because I fundamentally misunderstood the function of the seat. I made this graphic today as a visual aid to show what we are actually talking about when we say "pull the fabric up between you and baby to make a seat". :) #modernbabywearing #babywearing #toddlerwearing #makingaseat #wrapping #wovenwraps #babycarrier #didymos #indio…

The Anatomy of a "Deep Seat". Making a deep seat when carrying your child in a woven wrap can be so difficult to get the hang on. This guide explains so well what I've been missing! A must read of you're having problems with back carries!

How to Braid a Woven Wrap

Cheyenne of the Nappy Shoppe in Plano Texas, demonstrates how to braid a woven wrap. This is great to soften a stiff wrap, and also to store the wrap.

How to Braid a Wrap - Babywearing

Video: How to braid a gauze wrap - Once it's braided, all you have to do to UNbraid it is pull the ends. The wrap will unravel, and you now have the center of the wrap ready to go for tying on your baby!