Tuck the baby’s legs up to it’s chest (in a way that is comfortable to the baby) then bring the long section of the wrap over the baby’s shoulder, then around under the baby’s bottom (supporting the legs) and back up toward the second shoulder.
Bring the baby’s hands up to it’s chest, then pull the shorter section of the wrap over the baby’s body and tuck firmly underneath
Using “Look 8” find the “tail end” to wrap loosely over the baby’s head and back around the side of the baby’s body.
Bring the top layer down to expose the baby’s hands (as in “Look 4”), then use the “tail end” to create a trail.
Following on from “Look 11” Gather the wrap underneath the baby’s arms and pull through the legs in the same way you did in “Look 10”
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Take the “tail end” of the wrap and place it loosely over the baby’s head and then back around the body
Following on from “Look 10” bring the “tail end” back out and create a trail.
Pull the first / top layer down to expose the baby’s hands and feet. Hide the “tail end” underneath the baby.
Following on from “Look 8 or 9” take the “tail end” and gather it over the shoulder of the baby and through the legs, finish by tucking the wrap back underneath the baby’s body.
Gently lift up the baby and bring the wrap through. Ensure you go over both shoulders.
Bring the wrap back across the baby’s body, completely covering the hands and feet.
Using “Look 7” hide the “tail end” underneath the baby and then expose both arms.
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Bring the top layer down to expose the baby’s hands (as in “Look 4”), then use the “tail end” to wrap loosely over the baby’s head.
Place the baby in the wrap, ensuring that you have enough length on the shorter side to bring the wrap over the baby.
Using “Look 6” turn the baby on it’s side and extended both feet and 1 arm further outside of the wrap.
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Use the “tail end” of the wrap to go around the base of the baby
Bring the top layer down to expose the baby’s hands. Then use the “tail end” to wrap around the base of the baby
Then once more, gently lift the baby and bring the wrap underneath. (Note the “Tail End”)
These styles will easily adapt to many different props. Add beanies and tiebacks to complete the look. It’s time to get creative.
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