Tutorials – basics

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Kangaroo carry

Frontcarry with a long woven wrap
You can use a shorter wrap too if you tie a knot in the front

Wrap: POP by Artipoppe Roses Red & Ecru
I’m using a size 6 woven wrap (4.7m)

 

Front Cross Carry

A front carry with a long woven wrap
You can pre-tie this carry and it’s also nice for nursing / feeding as it’s easy to lower and reposition.

Wrap: POP by Artipoppe Roses Red & Ecru
I’m using a size 6 woven wrap (4.7m)

Rucksack Backcarry

Great first backcarry, showing a hipscoot to bring the baby towards the back.
Once your baby has good head/torso control you can use the hipscoot.

Wrap: POP by Artipoppe Tiger Black & Gold
I’m using a size 6 woven wrap (4.7m)

Double Hammock

A great backcarry for your heavy toddler as the chestpass helps to distribute the weight.
Not the best choice for leg-straighteners.
This finish is a great way to get some extra tension and keep the shoulderstraps from slipping of your shoulders.

Wrap: POP by Artipoppe Cloud 
I’m using a size 6 woven wrap (4.7m)

Picture tutorials

 

Step by step photo tutorials for basic carries

Tips

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