can anyone recommend a good woven wrap for back carry??
i have 2 mobys and a ring sling but i know u cannot do a back carry with jersey cotton, so im looking for a company or someone selling woven wraps.
im not planning on doing back carry till LO is around 7-8 months old but id like to get one in advance, plus its getting cold and there quite warm so can use it as i would a moby until that time comes.
so any recommendations ladies or websites that sell them ??
Any woven wrap you get will be fine. You have so many choices!! I would browse around, and pick a wrap based on what you like and refine it from there. Pick one that you like the way they look. You can also try www.thebabywearer.com they have a great used FSOT section, and lots of European mamas!!! HAve fun!!
Trying - I've had a scout around. Jim is a didymos cotton wrap, I think AP is the colour - Anthracite/Puder. Looks like a black warp thread with pink weft, gives a purple-ish effect? Have a look on didymos.de in the cotton slings. I am so not an experienced wrapper though so may be wrong
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