Information about the - Rapunzel Finish
- Age: from sitting age
- Sling size: -
This fabulous chest pass does not only look gorgeous but also helps to keep up the tension of the straps. This finish offers a conclusion to work with the long strands easily. You need to be patient and an advanced baby wearing person to create the Rapunzel Finish. Create the finish classically (for small babies) or reinforced (from sitting age) at your Wrap Conversion - just as you like.
+ This finish can be created easier because the strands only have half of the width of a normal baby wrap. Nothing is pressing, nothing makes you be bulky.
Size: Baby Size, New Size and Toddler Size
Usable: From sitting age
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Place your child on the hip belt of your Fly Tai and pull the back panel upwards.
Take both strands into one hand in front of the breastbone of your child, facing forward. Push the Fly Tai onto your hip.
Slip through both strands while the other hand covers the strands safely.
Bring your child onto your back. Both strands of the Fly Tai hang to your front.
Separate the strands ….
… and bring the inner strand on the other side of your head.
Unbend and tighten both strands simultaneously.
Fix one strand between your knees and slip through the other strand.
Bring the strand horizontal across your breasts and across the leg of your child to your back.
Fan out the fabric across the bottom of your child.
Bring the strand diagonally across the back of your child. It runs over your shoulder back to your front.
One strand runs above the chest pass, the other one below it. Tighten both strands.
Bring the strand below the chest pass underneath the leg of your child …
… to your back again. It runs close to the body of your child, underneath its bottom and its legs.
Now, both strands are at your front again. Hold them both tight.
Thread the one coming from your shoulder underneath through the chest pass. The other strand is tight in your hand.
Create a loop.
Grab through it.
Thread the fabric upwards through the loop.
Tighten both strands. One is facing upwards, the other one is facing downwards.
The upper one creates a second loop.
Thread the lower strand through the loop again.
Repeat that as often as …
… you reach the other side of your body.
Push the fabric through the shoulder strap - from the inside to the outside.
Fix everything with a knot.
Fidella® wishes you: Happy Babywearing!