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Can My Fabric Stretch? Appropriate stretch for wraps and slings
Where to buy babywearing materials

Sources for various countries to buy:

  • Fabric
  • Sling rings
  • Buckles and webbing
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  • Reinforcement stitches
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Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

While we try to make sure all outside links are to reputable sources, we cannot be held liable for information from outside links and tutorials.

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*3) Buy Safe Materials* Four Rules of Fabric Selection
Rings for sling rings, onbuhimos, and more
Where to buy materials in your country
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TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing Basic babywearing safety rules - memorize before wearing!
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Why we are specific with the language we use regarding:

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  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima
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Why we are specific with the language we use regarding:

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  • Kanga
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  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima
 
Woven Wrap Carries by Size
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Tutorials
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  • What You Can Make
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Selling DIY Carriers
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Other Tutorials

Doll Carriers for Children

Dressing up Structured Carriers

  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Hoods
  • Reach Straps
  • Decorative Slipcovers
  • Recovering/Permanent Slipcovers

Accessories for Weather

  • Warm slipcovers
  • Babywearing Blankets
  • Babywearing Jackets
  • Babywearing Ponchos

Other Babywearing Accessories

  • Diaper bags and purses
  • Dressing up a ring sling
  • DIY Weighted Babywearing Doll
  • Narrow to Ergonomic SSC Hack

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Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

Why we are specific with the language we use regarding:

  • Rebozo
  • Kanga
  • Meh dai/Bei dai
  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima
Woven Wrap Carries by Size
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

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Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

While we try to make sure all outside links are to reputable sources, we cannot be held liable for information from outside links and tutorials.

Beginners, Start Here

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

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Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

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Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

While we try to make sure all outside links are to reputable sources, we cannot be held liable for information from outside links and tutorials.

 

Beginners, Start Here

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Other Tutorials

Doll Carriers for Children

Dressing up Structured Carriers

  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Hoods
  • Reach Straps
  • Decorative Slipcovers
  • Recovering/Permanent Slipcovers

Accessories for Weather

  • Warm slipcovers
  • Babywearing Blankets
  • Babywearing Jackets
  • Babywearing Ponchos

Other Babywearing Accessories

  • Diaper bags and purses
  • Dressing up a ring sling
  • DIY Weighted Babywearing Doll
  • Narrow to Ergonomic SSC Hack

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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What can I make without a Sewing Machine?
*2) Read Through A Few Tutorials* See the bottom of the home page for tutorials
*3) Buy Safe Materials* Four Rules of Fabric Selection
Rings for sling rings, onbuhimos, and more
Where to buy materials in your country
*4) Review Safety Tips* General Construction & Sewing Safety Info
*5) Sew!* Join our Facebook Group for support as you sew your first carrier!
*6) Learn to use it* TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing
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Abbreviations & Lingo Common abbreviations and shorthand used in babywearing and DIY.
Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

Why we are specific with the language we use regarding:

  • Rebozo
  • Kanga
  • Meh dai/Bei dai
  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima
Woven Wrap Carries by Size
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  • Printable Shopping Guide
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Sling rings Selecting safe and appropriate rings for:
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  • What size you need
  • Safe substitutions
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  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew
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  • Info on using natural dyes
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Other Tutorials

Doll Carriers for Children

Dressing up Structured Carriers

  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Hoods
  • Reach Straps
  • Decorative Slipcovers
  • Recovering/Permanent Slipcovers

Accessories for Weather

  • Warm slipcovers
  • Babywearing Blankets
  • Babywearing Jackets
  • Babywearing Ponchos

Other Babywearing Accessories

  • Diaper bags and purses
  • Dressing up a ring sling
  • DIY Weighted Babywearing Doll
  • Narrow to Ergonomic SSC Hack

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Woven Wrap Carries by Size
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  • How/where to learn to wrap
  • Front/Hip Carries by size
  • Back Carries by size
  • Tandem Carries

Different Types of Carriers

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  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
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  • Printable Shopping Guide

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Tutorials and Patterns

Wraps and Slings
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Asian Style Baby Carriers
 
Full Buckle Carriers
Other Tutorials

Doll Carriers for Children

Dressing up Structured Carriers

  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Hoods
  • Reach Straps
  • Decorative Slipcovers
  • Recovering/Permanent Slipcovers

Accessories for Weather

  • Warm slipcovers
  • Babywearing Blankets
  • Babywearing Jackets
  • Babywearing Ponchos

Other Babywearing Accessories

  • Diaper bags and purses
  • Dressing up a ring sling
  • DIY Weighted Babywearing Doll
  • Narrow to Ergonomic SSC Hack

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Wraps and Slings
Asian Style Baby Carriers
Full Buckle Carriers
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Other Tutorials Accessories
  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Reach Straps

Doll Carriers for Children

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Other Tutorials

Doll Carriers for Children

Dressing up Structured Carriers

  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Hoods
  • Reach Straps
  • Decorative Slipcovers
  • Recovering/Permanent Slipcovers

Accessories for Weather

  • Warm slipcovers
  • Babywearing Blankets
  • Babywearing Jackets
  • Babywearing Ponchos

Other Babywearing Accessories

  • Diaper bags and purses
  • Dressing up a ring sling
  • DIY Weighted Babywearing Doll
  • Narrow to Ergonomic SSC Hack
 
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Carrier Widths/Lengths
  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps
  • Pouch slings
Tapering a Wrap How to taper a woven wrap
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Dyeing Baby Carriers (Under construction; mind our dust!)

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Dyeing Baby Carriers

 
Dye Safety
  • Safe Dyes for Baby Carriers
  • Unsafe Dyes to Avoid
  • Safety Equipment Needed
  • Bleaching & Stripping
  • Info on using natural dyes
Scouring Osnaburg A deep cleaning technique necessary for unprocessed fabric like osnaburg.
Stripping Color How to safely remove color from a wrap.
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Soda Ash
  • What is soda ash?
  • Why do I need it?
  • Can I make it?
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Soda Ash
  • What is soda ash?
  • Why do I need it?
  • Can I make it?
  • How much should I use?
 
Color Theory How colors combine when dyeing and how to predict what color you might end up with.
Tutorials
  • Vat dye
  • Grad Dye
  • Low Immersion Dye
  • Ice Dye
  • Resist Dye
  • Shaving Cream/Marble Dye
  • Painting with Thickened Dyes

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Sewing.jpg

Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Sling rings Selecting safe and appropriate rings for:
  • Ring Slings
  • Onbuhimos
  • Ring-waist meh dais
  • etc

Including:

  • Where to buy
  • What size you need
  • Safe substitutions
Can My Fabric Stretch? Appropriate stretch for wraps and slings
Where to buy babywearing materials

Sources for various countries to buy:

  • Fabric
  • Sling rings
  • Buckles and webbing
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Safe dyes What dyes are safe to use on babywearing
 
General Construction and Sewing Safety Info
  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew
Carrier Widths/Lengths
  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps
  • Pouch slings
Tapering a Wrap How to taper a woven wrap

Dyeing Baby Carriers (Under construction; mind our dust!)

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Safety and Types of Dye
  • Safe Dyes
  • Unsafe Dyes
  • Safety Equipment
  • Bleaching & Stripping
  • Info on using natural dyes
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Dye Safety
  • Safe Dyes for Baby Carriers
  • Unsafe Dyes to Avoid
  • Safety Equipment Needed
  • Bleaching & Stripping
  • Info on using natural dyes
 
Scouring Osnaburg A deep cleaning technique necessary for unprocessed fabric like osnaburg.
Stripping Color How to safely remove color from a wrap.
Soda Ash
  • What is soda ash?
  • Why do I need it?
  • Can I make it?
Color Theory How colors combine when dyeing and how to predict what color you might end up with.
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Tutorials
  • Vat dye
  • Grad Dye
  • Ice Dye
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Tutorials
  • Vat dye
  • Grad Dye
  • Low Immersion Dye
  • Ice Dye
  • Resist Dye
  • Shaving Cream/Marble Dye
  • Painting with Thickened Dyes
 

Misc FAQs

Tablecloth Babywearing
  • What Tablecloths to Use
  • What You Can Make
  • How to Seam Tablecloths for a long wrap

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Sewing.jpg

Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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General Construction and Sewing Safety Info
  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew
Carrier Widths/Lengths
  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps
  • Pouch slings
Tapering a Wrap How to taper a woven wrap
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Dyeing Baby Carriers (Under construction; mind our dust!)

Safety and Types of Dye
  • Safe Dyes
  • Unsafe Dyes
  • Safety Equipment
  • Bleaching & Stripping
  • Info on using natural dyes
Scouring Osnaburg A deep cleaning technique necessary for unprocessed fabric like osnaburg.
Stripping Color How to safely remove color from a wrap.
Soda Ash
  • What is soda ash?
  • Why do I need it?
  • Can I make it?
Color Theory How colors combine when dyeing and how to predict what color you might end up with.
Tutorials
  • Vat dye
  • Grad Dye
  • Ice Dye

 

Misc FAQs

Tablecloth Babywearing
  • What Tablecloths to Use
  • What You Can Make
  • How to Seam Tablecloths for a long wrap
Selling DIY Carriers
  • Short answer: in the USA, no.

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

 
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 

Beginners, Start Here

*1) Choose Your Carrier Type* Different Types of Baby Carriers
What can I make without a Sewing Machine?
*2) Read Through A Few Tutorials* See the bottom of the home page for tutorials

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Wjhether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, designing the “perfect” carrier, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option!

Join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

Beginners, Start Here

*1) Choose Your Carrier Type* Different Types of Baby Carriers
What can I make without a Sewing Machine?
*2) Read Through A Few Tutorials* See the bottom of the home page for tutorials
*3) Buy Safe Materials* Four Rules of Fabric Selection
Rings for sling rings, onbuhimos, and more
Where to buy materials in your country
*4) Review Safety Tips* General Construction & Sewing Safety Info
*5) Sew!* Join our Facebook Group for support as you sew your first carrier!
*6) Learn to use it* TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing
Find linked wearing video tutorials on the Carrier Types page!
 

General Babywearing Information

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing Basic babywearing safety rules - memorize before wearing!
Can I wear baby on my back? General safety standards for back carrying with each type of carrier.
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Carrier Widths/Lengths
  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps
  • Pouch slings
Tapering a Wrap How to taper a woven wrap

Misc FAQs

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Tablecloth Babywearing
  • What Tablecloths to Use
  • What You Can Make
  • How to Seam Tablecloths for a long wrap
Selling DIY Carriers
  • Short answer: in the USA, no.
No Sewing Machine?
  • What carriers you can DIY without a sewing machine
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>
Tablecloth Babywearing
  • What Tablecloths to Use
  • What You Can Make
  • How to Seam Tablecloths for a long wrap
Selling DIY Carriers
  • Short answer: in the USA, no.
No Sewing Machine?
  • What carriers you can DIY without a sewing machine
 
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Tutorials and Patterns

Wraps and Slings
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Tutorials and Patterns

Wraps and Slings
 
Asian Style Baby Carriers
Full Buckle Carriers
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Other Tutorials Accessories
  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Reach Straps

Doll Carriers for Children

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>
Other Tutorials Accessories
  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Reach Straps

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Wjhether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.
 

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

General Babywearing Information

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing Basic babywearing safety rules - memorize before wearing!

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Woven Wrap Carries by Size
  • Explanation of "base" and sizing
  • How/where to learn to wrap
  • Front/Hip Carries by size
  • Back Carries by size
  • Tandem Carries

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers
  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing
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Carrier Comparisons
 

Materials & Construction

Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers
  • 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Suggestions
  • Printable Shopping Guide
Safe Fabric for Water Use Selecting an appropriate mesh for a water ring sling or wrap.
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General Construction and Sewing Safety Info
  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew
Carrier Widths/Lengths
  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps
  • Pouch slings
Tapering a Wrap How to taper a woven wrap
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Misc FAQs

Tablecloth Babywearing
  • What Tablecloths to Use
  • What You Can Make
  • How to Seam Tablecloths for a long wrap
Selling DIY Carriers
  • Short answer: in the USA, no.
No Sewing Machine?
  • What carriers you can DIY without a sewing machine

 

Tutorials and Patterns

Wraps and Slings
Asian Style Baby Carriers

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Woven Wrap Carries by Size
  • Explanation of "base" and sizing
  • How/where to learn to wrap
  • Front/Hip Carries by size
  • Back Carries by size
  • Tandem Carries

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers
  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing
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Carrier Comparisons
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Carrier Comparisons
 

Materials & Construction

Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers
  • 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Suggestions
  • Printable Shopping Guide
Safe Fabric for Water Use Selecting an appropriate mesh for a water ring sling or wrap.

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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General Babywearing

Information

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

  • Rebozo
  • Kanga
  • Meh dai/Bei dai
  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

What carrier should I make?
Fabric & Materials

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe
What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Carrier Construction

Information

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

Misc FAQ

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

Dual Pouch Carrier ("T-shirt" Carrier)

Asian-Style Baby Carriers:

Meh Dai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X-Onbuhimo (Panel-less Onbuhimo)

Podaegi/Nyia

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle Onbuhimo

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

>
>

General Babywearing Information

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing Basic babywearing safety rules - memorize before wearing!
Can I wear baby on my back? General safety standards for back carrying with each type of carrier.
Abbreviations & Lingo Common abbreviations and shorthand used in babywearing and DIY.
Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

Why we are specific with the language we use regarding:

  • Rebozo
  • Kanga
  • Meh dai/Bei dai
  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima
Woven Wrap Carries by Size
  • Explanation of "base" and sizing
  • How/where to learn to wrap
  • Front/Hip Carries by size
  • Back Carries by size
  • Tandem Carries

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers
  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing
Carrier Comparisons

Materials & Construction

Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers
  • 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Suggestions
  • Printable Shopping Guide
Safe Fabric for Water Use Selecting an appropriate mesh for a water ring sling or wrap.
Sling rings Selecting safe and appropriate rings for:
  • Ring Slings
  • Onbuhimos
  • Ring-waist meh dais
  • etc

Including:

  • Where to buy
  • What size you need
  • Safe substitutions
Can My Fabric Stretch? Appropriate stretch for wraps and slings
Where to buy babywearing materials

Sources for various countries to buy:

  • Fabric
  • Sling rings
  • Buckles and webbing
Safe dyes What dyes are safe to use on babywearing
General Construction and Sewing Safety Info
  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew
Carrier Widths/Lengths
  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps
  • Pouch slings
Tapering a Wrap How to taper a woven wrap

Tutorials and Patterns

Wraps and Slings
Asian Style Baby Carriers
Full Buckle Carriers
Other Tutorials Accessories
  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs
  • Reach Straps

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Fabric & Materials

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe
What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Carrier Construction

Information

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

Misc FAQ

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

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Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

Dual Pouch Carrier ("T-shirt" Carrier)

Asian-Style Baby Carriers:

Meh Dai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X- Onbuhimo (Panel-less Onbuhimo)

Podaegi/Nyia

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle Onbuhimo

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

>
>
Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

Dual Pouch Carrier ("T-shirt" Carrier)

Asian-Style Baby Carriers:

Meh Dai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X-Onbuhimo (Panel-less Onbuhimo)

Podaegi/Nyia

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle Onbuhimo

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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 Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

General Babywearing

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

What carrier should I make?

Frequently Asked Questions:

Fabric & Materials

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

Frequently Asked Questions:

Carrier Construction

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

Misc FAQ

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

D ual Pouch Carrier ("T-shirt" Carrier)

Asian-Style Baby Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X- Onbuhimo (Panel-less Onbuhimo)

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle-Bu

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

>
>

General Babywearing

Information

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

  • Rebozo
  • Kanga
  • Meh dai/Bei dai
  • Onbuhimo
  • Podaegi/Nyia
  • The Didymos Prima

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

What carrier should I make?
Fabric & Materials

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe
What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Carrier Construction

Information

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

Misc FAQ

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

Dual Pouch Carrier ("T-shirt" Carrier)

Asian-Style Baby Carriers:

Meh Dai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X- Onbuhimo (Panel-less Onbuhimo)

Podaegi/Nyia

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle Onbuhimo

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

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 Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

General Babywearing

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

What carrier should I make?
>
>

Frequently Asked Questions:

General Babywearing

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

Accurate Terminology (and why it's important)

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

What carrier should I make?
 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Fabric & Materials

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

Changed:
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Frequently Asked Questions:

Carrier Construction

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

>
>

Frequently Asked Questions:

Carrier Construction

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

 
Misc FAQ

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Changed:
<
<
Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop-Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X-bu

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle-Bu

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

>
>
Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

D ual Pouch Carrier ("T-shirt" Carrier)

Asian-Style Baby Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X- Onbuhimo (Panel-less Onbuhimo)

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle-Bu

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

>
>

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Want to make a carrier but don't even know where to start? Start Here.

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 
Changed:
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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

What carrier should I make?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loops Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo; traditional, ringless & reverse)

Podaegi (Pod)

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

>
>

Frequently Asked Questions:

General Babywearing

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

What carrier should I make?

Frequently Asked Questions:

Fabric & Materials

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

Frequently Asked Questions:

Carrier Construction

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

Misc FAQ

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop-Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

X-bu

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier

Buckle-Bu

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

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DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

>
>
DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

What carrier should I make?

 
Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loops Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo; traditional, ringless & reverse)

Podaegi (Pod)

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

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 Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Onbuhimos vs Mei Tais

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

>
>
General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Different Types of Carriers

The Different Types of Carriers

  • All the major carrier types & descriptions
  • Pictures of variations
  • What ages they are ideal for
  • Advantages/Disadvantages of each
  • Instructional videos for wearing

Carrier Comparisons

DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

  • Ring Slings
  • Woven Wraps
  • Stretchy Wraps

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I legally sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

 
Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loops Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo; traditional, ringless & reverse)

Podaegi (Pod)

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

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 Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

>
>
General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Onbuhimos vs Mei Tais

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

 
DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loops Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo; traditional, ringless & reverse)

Podaegi (Pod)

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

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 Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country)

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info (reinforcing stitches, thread, body panels, etc)

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

Can I sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo)

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

>
>
General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Babywearing & DIY Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

  • The 4 Rules of Fabric Selection
  • Specific Fabric Recommendations

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

  • What type of rings are safe
  • What size rings to use
  • Where to buy them
  • Safe substitutions

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where to buy babywearing materials (by country)

  • Fabric, Mesh, Tablecloths
  • Sling Rings
  • Buckles & Webbing
  • Open cell foam
  • USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Misc Europe

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info

  • Reinforcement stitches
  • What kind of thread to use
  • X Boxes
  • Number of body panels needed
  • Where it is safe to hand sew

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

  • What kind of tablecloth to use
  • What length you need
  • What you can make
  • How to safely seam for a long wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loops Style Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo; traditional, ringless & reverse)

Podaegi (Pod)

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories

  • Slip Covers
  • Bags/Hip Pouches
  • Hoods
  • Babywearing Coats/Ponchos
  • Suck Pads
  • Drool Bibs

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!
  Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.
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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

>
>

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 
General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country)

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info (reinforcing stitches, thread, body panels, etc)

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

Can I sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

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DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country)

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info (reinforcing stitches, thread, body panels, etc)

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

Can I sell my creations?

>
>
DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country)

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info (reinforcing stitches, thread, body panels, etc)

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

Can I sell my creations?

What can I make without a sewing machine?

 
Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo)

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

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Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com!

  Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.
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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

>
>

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 
General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

Changed:
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<
DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country!)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

Where to Purchase

Babywearing Materials

By Country

USA

Canada

UK

Continental Europe

Australia

>
>
DIY Babywearing FAQ

About Materials:

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Wraps, Slings or Other Carriers

Selecting a Safe Fabric for Water Use

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country)

About Construction:

General Sewing Safety Info (reinforcing stitches, thread, body panels, etc)

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Tapering a Wrap

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Misc FAQs:

Tablecloth Babywearing

Can I sell my creations?

Tutorials & Patterns

Wraps and Slings:

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water Use)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Asian Style Carriers:

Mei Tai

Onbuhimo (Onbu)

Reverse Onbuhimo (Ruck-bu)

X-bu (X-onbu, blanketless onbuhimo)

Podaegi

Buckle Carriers:

Soft Structured Carrier (Full Buckle Carrier)

Buckle-Bu (Buckle Onbuhimo)

Other Tutorials:

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

 
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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options, based on personal preference, sewing skill level and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options based on personal preference, sewing skill level, and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions, make suggestions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make and use your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 
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Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size (coming soon)

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

The Different Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Common Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size

 
DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country!)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

Where to Purchase

Babywearing Materials

By Country

USA

Canada

UK

Continental Europe

Australia

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options, based on personal preference, sewing skill level and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size (coming soon)

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DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

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DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

Where can I buy fabric/buckles/slingrings? (organized by country!)

 
Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

Where to Purchase

Babywearing Materials

By Country

USA

Canada

UK

Continental Europe

Australia

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

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Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing (coming soon)

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Abbreviations & Lingo

List of Woven Wrap Carries by Size (coming soon)

DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing

 
Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

No Sew Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

Where to Purchase

Babywearing Materials

By Country

USA

Canada

UK

Continental Europe

Australia

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options, based on personal preference, sewing skill level and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options, based on personal preference, sewing skill level and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 
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TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Abbreviations & Lingo

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Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing (coming soon)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers (coming soon)

>
>
DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing (coming soon)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers for Children

 

Where to Purchase

Babywearing Materials

By Country

USA

Canada

UK

Continental Europe

Australia

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Abbreviations & Lingo

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Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing (coming soon)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers (coming soon)

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Canada

UK

Continental Europe

Australia

 
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Abbreviations & Lingo

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Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing (coming soon)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers (coming soon)

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Ireland

Continental Europe

Australia

 
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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Abbreviations & Lingo

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DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

>
>
DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tablecloth Babywearing (coming soon)

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Water Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap (Regular & Water)

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

Doll Carriers (coming soon)

Where to Purchase

Babywearing Materials

By Country

(Coming Soon)

USA

Canada

Great Britain & Ireland

Continental Europe

Australia

 
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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options, based on personal preference, sewing skill level and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be sure to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

 
General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Abbreviations & Lingo

DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Can I sell my creations?

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General Babywearing FAQ

TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

Abbreviations & Lingo

DIY Babywearing FAQ

Selecting a Safe Fabric

Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

Rings for Ring Slings, Onbus, and more

Tapering a Wrap

Can I sell my creations?

What kind of dyes are safe to use?

Tutorials & Patterns

Woven Wrap

Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

 
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Ring Sling

Pouch Sling

Stretchy Wrap

“T-shirt” Carrier (Stretchy Loop Carrier)

Mei Tai

Soft Structured (Buckle) Carrier

Onbuhimo

Reverse Onbuhimo

Buckle-Bu

X-Bu

Podaegi

Accessories (hip pouches, suck pads, etc.)

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Babywearing has numerous benefits, and fortunately, there are hundreds of wonderful carriers on the market. There are many reasons to choose to Do It Yourself, though. Whether it’s from a budget standpoint, being able to design the “perfect” carrier for yourself, or simply a love of sewing, DIY is a great option. There are many different options, based on personal preference, sewing skill level and baby’s age.

Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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Feel free to join us on Facebook to ask questions and enjoy other people’s creations as well as sharing your own!

Safety Reminder: While we have done our best to compile the clearest, most thorough database of DIY Babywearing safety information, you are liable for whatever you create. We endeavor to give the clearest instructions and always err far on the side of caution, but it is up to you to make your carrier safely. Be sure to inspect your DIY carriers thoroughly before every use, and do not use a carrier you do not feel confident in. It is always a good idea to learn to use your carrier with the help of an official BWI Group. Search their website to find a local group. If there are no groups local to you, you can also join a group on Facebook, whether it is a nearby BWI Group or a global group like Everyday Babywearing, and post a picture for a “fit check.” Be to always follow the TICKS rules for safe babywearing.

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TICKS Rules for Safe Babywearing

Types of Carriers

Can I wear baby on my back?

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Selecting a Safe Water Fabric

General Construction Safety Tips

Can My Fabric Stretch?

Carrier Widths/Lengths

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Can I sell my creations?

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