So your getting the hang of using your woven wrap and now it’s time to break out of your comfort zone and try some new finishes. Today I am a sharing some of my favorite (and prettiest) fancy finishes you can do with your woven. If your not an experienced wrapper, or not back carrying
Double Hammock Torso Carry is a base -2 or -3 carry. In this video I’m using my base -2 which is a size 4 and my preferred size for this carry. This carry offers full mobility with both shoulders and arms free and I enjoy it for doing chores around the house or in warm
Charlie’s Cross Carry is one of my favorites carries to contain your seat popping leaner! There are a tonne of options of how you can choose to finish off this carry but in this tutorial I’m choosing a knotless finish. I kind of feel like this carry has it all: a waist belt and chest pass to really load some weight onto your hips and chest and off of your shoulders, 2 leg passes to contain leg straigteners, and 3 passes to support our little leaners. You will need your base size or base +1 for this carry.
Wrap: Queen Este by Kokoskaa Wrap Factory, Size 6
Have you tried this carry before? Let me know in the comments what you think!
I love Shepherds Carry for a nice supportive carry that can be done with your base size -2 or possibly -3 depending on the thickness of your wrap. It resembles the popular Double Hammock Carry, but this tutorial ties off in the front with a slipknot instead of cross passes under the legs. I hope you like it!
Wrap: Bijou Wear– Stella Wonderland-4.2m (size 5)
If your baby is heavier or a seat popper, adding some reinforced passes on a Robins Hip Carry is a great idea. In this tutorial I also use a ring for extra easy tightening. Let me know if you try it and what you thought!
Wrap: Paper Street Weaving – Gaia-4.6m