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Diy baby wrap

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The Florida Crochet Garden: Crochet Baby Cocoon Very Easy! Pattern for Easy Peasy Crochet Baby Cocoon

Good Morning Lovelies, It's a 3 Day weekend in the USA! I am looking forward to doing some final touches to my soon to be baby girl's room and crochet some more goodies for her. I have been pinning it up on pinterest with baby booties and cute hats to make for baby M so this weekend is my designated time to get some made. Earlier in the week I shared a quick photo of the green crochet cocoon which will look much better in photos when I had a baby to put in there! For now we have to make do…

Babywearing 102, Babywearing 102 Presents: Wrapping 360! Check out some of the most common carries from all angles.

***We recommend taking the tails of the wrap over the baby's legs before tying under the bum for the Kangaroo Carry*** Follow this link to a downloadable high quality PDF file with clickable links:...

DIY | Quick 2 Minute Bow Headwrap | How To Make A Baby Bow Headwrap | Mo...

This is my updated version on my headwraps :) I got my templates from https://www.etsy.com/listing/715766831/bow-templates-head-wraps-boards-wooden?ref=yr_pu...

DIY Ring Sling Tutorial,   I made this with my dad and I love love it! So easy and my LO loves it! -tab

This DIY Ring Sling Tutorial is so easy to follow! All you need is three yards of knit fabric some aluminum rings and a sewing machine.

How to make a swaddle blanket. 7 different patterns ranging from easy to challenging.

Learning how to make a swaddle blanket is easy when you have DIY instructions. One of these 10 free swaddle blanket patterns will be just what you need

Baby+Ring+Sling | Baby-wearing Ring Sling Tutorial - More Like Home | CRAFTS

I've talked about babywearing before (you can see my posts here and here, and how I made my own mei tai carriers here and here) but it's not something that's come up much since B decided he is definitely too big to be worn around several months ago. But now that we're about to have a new little squishy bundle, I've been thinking babywearing will be better than ever since it can keep both hands free when I need to take care of B! I still have the stretchy wrap we loved when B was tiny, but I…