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No Sewing Machine? No Problem! If you don`t have a sewing machine, you can still join the DIY community! Here are some things you can make without a sewing machine...
General Construction Safety Tips FAQs Fabric Choices Structured carriers (any carrier that attaches straps to a body panel) call for very strong fabric not only...
Stripping Color All of the information on this page was assembled in collaboration with the Facebook group Dyed Baby Carriers. If you have more questions...
Babywearing Accessories for Cold/Wet Weather Feel free to suggest additions in our Facebook group! Slipcovers for Rain/Cold Earthart Babywearing Blanket (double...
SafeFabric Woven Wrap Carries Be sure to expand each of the sections below to learn more! Explanation of Wrap Sizes and `Base Size` (Back to top) With a few...
SafeFabric Common Babywearing DIY Abbreviations Lingo If you start hanging around with seasoned babywearers and/or sewers, you may start running into a lot of...
How to Make a Ring Sling Cheat Sheet: After reading through the full tutorial, use this printable cheat sheet as a quick reference as you are working on your sling...
Selecting Safe Fabric For Babywearing Any fabric used for babywearing should pass 4 simple rules for fabric selection. It must pass all four if it fails just one...
Full Buckle Onbuhimo Tutorials What is a Buckle Onbuhimo? SewToot Riser Buckle Onbuhimo Description A rectangular body panel with padded backpack like...
Reverse Onbuhimo Tutorials What is a Reverse Onbuhimo? Also referred to as: Reverse Onbu or Ruck Bu, although both of these terms do not do justice to the original...
International Babywearing Week Scavenger Hunt Grand Prize You did it! You finished the scavenger hunt! (Or just lucked out and stumbled upon this page on your own...
Accessories for Structured Carriers Ways to dress up a carrier! Most of these work well with most buckle carriers, meh dais, and onbuhimos. Some are brand specific...
Where to Find Babywearing Materials by Country This list is just a start for some of the most common materials needed for DIY Babywearing. None of these sources are...
How to Make Use a Woven Wrap Cheat Sheet: After reading through the full tutorial, use this printable cheat sheet as a quick reference as you are working on your...
Safe Rings for Ring Slings, Onbuhimos More Ring Sources If you need rings to use for a baby carrier, you want to make sure that your rings are both designed for...
Traditional Onbuhimo Tutorials What is an Onbuhimo? Also referred to as: Onbu (no longer considered accurate; `onbu` accurate refers to `wearing on one`s back` but...
Meh Dai Tutorial What is a Meh Dai? Pronounced `MAY dye.` May also be called a `Bei dai.` Formerly referred to a ` mei tai` (which is still used by some commercial...
Tapering a Woven or Stretchy Wrap Tapering a wrap is completely optional. If you choose to, though, your tapers should be parallel to each other. Keep in mind that...
Carrier Widths and Lengths Keep in mind that some brands may vary. Remember to buy 20% more fabric than needed to account for shrinkage. Simply multiply the length...
Welcome to wiki.BabywearingDIY.com! While there are hundreds of excellent babywearing options available commercially, there are many reasons to Do It Yourself. Whether...
Scouring Osnaburg All of the information on this page was assembled in collaboration with the Facebook group Dyed Baby Carriers. If you have more...
Water Ring Sling If you are a member of our Facebook Group, check out this poll and its comments to see members personal experiences and opinions of water ring slings...
Soft Structured Carrier Tutorials What is a Soft Structured Carrier? Also referred to as: SSC, Buckle Carrier, Full Buckle Ergobaby Original Baby Carrier...
Outside Resources All of these links are unaffiliated, but can be good resources. This page is still under construction. Related Facebook Groups These are great if...
Choosing Mesh for a Water Wrap or Ring Sling To make a wrap or ring sling to use in the water, you need a very specific type of fabric. Typically called `athletic...
Hybrid Carriers and Carrier Conversions While many carriers fit into the broader categories of wraps/slings, Asian style baby carriers, or full buckle carriers, the...
Can My Fabric Stretch? Fabric used for seamed, structured carriers like SSCs and Meh Dais should have no stretch in any direction, besides maybe a little diagonal...
Wrap Qualities Comparison Charts The following charts, based on a survey taken, will give you an idea of the wrap qualities of the most popular fabrics for a DIY woven...
What Carrier Should I Make? That`s kind of a big question. Let`s start here: How much sewing experience do you have? How much babywearing experience do you...
Ring Sling Shoulders: Pleated vs Hybrid vs Gathered Shoulder styles are a completely personal decision. What works for one wearer may not be comfortable for another...
Woven Wraps vs Stretchy Wraps Wraps can be an incredibly cozy way to wear your baby, but there is a significant distinction between woven wraps and stretchy wraps...
Onbuhimo vs Meh Dai/Bei Dai vs Podeagi vs Nyia A common confusion within the babywearing community is the difference between the different styles of traditionally...
Different Types of Baby Carriers Carrier Styles Woven Wrap Stretchy Wrap Ring Sling Pouch Sling Soft Structured Carrier Meh Dai...
SafeFabric Accurate Terminology for Baby Carriers (and why it`s important) `The problem with defending the purity of the English language is that English is about...
SafeFabric Can I Carry Baby On My Back? It depends on what carrier you are using, your skill level, and baby`s developmental age. The stages here are gross oversimplifications...
SafeFabric T.I.C.K.S. Rules for Safe Babywearing When wearing your baby, be sure to follow the 5 TICKS rules for keeping your baby safe. Tight The carrier...
Podaegi Tutorial What is a Podaegi? Pronounced `poh DEH gee` (hard G.) Also referred to as: pod Traditional wide blanket podaegi Back Carry Image sourced...
Stretchy Wrap Tutorial Long stretchy wraps are a great snuggly choice for newborns and small babies. You can pre tie and pop baby in and out as needed, plus they...
Misc Babywearing Accessories Feel free to suggest additions in our Facebook group! Other Babywearing Accessory Pages Structured Carrier Accessories (Suck pads...
Sewing: Where to begin? So you want to sew, but you`ve never used a sewing machine and don`t know where to start? It can be difficult to learn without someone in person...

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