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Wrapping instructions for baby wraps and carriers

Instructions, tips and tricks all about how to wrap a baby sling. Instructions for back carry, front carry and hip carry as well.

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Information about the - Taiwanese One Shoulder Back Carry

  • Age: from sitting age
  • Sling size: from size 6 - 460cm

This is the perfect back carrying method for advanced baby wearing parents. The Taiwanese Carry looks gorgeous and is multifaceted. Pregnant women love this wrapping technique. Due to the missing hip finish, there is no pressure on the baby belly. Your sweety is wrapped with a three-layer wrapping technique and really supported perfectly. Stretching kids are better supported perfectly as well.
+ A good-looking wrapping technique, especially for pregnant women. Without a hip belt finish which presses on your baby belly.
- This binding technique is for advanced baby wearing persons. Your child should be patient.

Size: Base Size (Size 6)
Level: Advanced
Usable: From sitting age

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Step 1

Start with an off-center midpoint.

Step 2

Create a pouch around your child and hold the strands close to its body on chest height.

Step 3

Support your child onto your forearm. Its legs face to one side, the strands to the other side.

Step 4

Bring your child over your shoulder onto your back.

Step 5

Bend over, split the strands and bring your head through the internal one.

Step 6

Arrange the fabric and secure that the inner edge runs at the neck of your child, the outer edge should run underneath the bottom of your child.

Step 7

Create the strap while pushing the fabric between the legs of your child (spread-squat-position).

Step 8

Tighten both strands one by one.

Step 9

Slip through the longer strand and tighten it again.

Step 10

Now, one strand runs horizontal underneath your armpit and creates the chest pass. The pass runs across the strand fixed before.

Step 11

Turn the fabric around the strand hanging from your shoulder so that the negative side appears.

Step 12

Bring it to your back.

Step 13

The strand runs above both legs of your child.

Step 14

Use the lower edge as part of the strap.

Step 15

Tighten the fabric carefully.

Step 16

Arrange the fabric in front of you.

Step 17

The strand runs underneath the other one, now.

Step 18

Turn the fabric around the same strand again, but to the other direction.

Step 19

Tighten the strands.

Step 20

Fan out the fabric across the back of your child diagonally.

Step 21

Knot it on chest height.

Step 22

That`s what the Taiwanese One Shoulder Back Carry looks like!

FidellaŽ wishes you: Happy Babywearing!

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