Demonstration of various ways to tie a woven wrap in a back carry, beginning with a rebozo pass, so that a chest belt is created.
Demonstration of various ways to tie a wrap to make a chest belt in back carries with both straps coming over the shoulders.
Demonstration of how to tie a square knot/weaver’s knot/reef knot with a baby wrap.
Double Rebozo Shoulder-to-Shoulder back carry. I emphasize how to get the chest belt high and tight. The wrap needs to be tightened before passing the 2nd tail into the chest belt. The two tails coming around to make cross passes can be left kind of loose, otherwise it might be uncomfortably tight. This is a great carry for summer and for heavier children. I’m using a 4.5m wrap.
This video shows how to do a torso carry with a long wrap using several variations, and then shows how to switch from a torso carry to a double hammock carry without disturbing baby. I’m using a Didymos Caribe (50% linen) wrap in a size 6, and I’m wrapping a 27 lb toddler.
This is a tutorial for a Back Wrap Cross Carry (BWCC) with ruck straps (or backpack straps) with a woven wrap.
How to do the Secured High Back Carry with a woven wrap.
How to do a front wrap cross carry (FWCC) with a woven wrap, using the folded/sandwiched method. Shows variations with crossed spread, bunched, and a newborn variation.