Handwoven Baby Wraps are now a permanent part of my weaving. The wraps are woven using 100% cotton. I start with a white warp on the loom and have a variety of patterns for customers to choose from. Right now 95% of the wraps woven are custom orders. If you don't find a wrap below that fits what you are looking for, you can order one in the size, pattern, color of your choosing. See the Custom Baby Wrap page.
Available Baby Wraps
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My handwoven wraps have stretch and give in the fabric. This is due to a combination of factors: size of the yarn, weave structure, and the fact that I am not a machine.
I measure wraps while they are laying on a table. If you pick the wrap up and measure it running a tape down one rail, the wrap will stretch and measure longer from it's own weight pulling it down. From the feedback I have received, there is a difference of about 3 1/2" per meter. So depending on your preferences, you may want to order a little shorter wrap.
Care of Handwoven Baby Wraps
All wraps have been washed twice before they are mailed out. I wash them on a regular washing cycle in my front loading machine with warm & cold settings. They are dried on Medium heat. The fabric will with stand more vigorous washing if needed. Just remember that the washer and dryer can be harder on fabric and wear it out faster than normal wearing. So wash with care to keep your wrap looking good longer.
Do not bleach. This will distort the colors of the wrap and bleach can damage the fibers over time.
Iron as needed using the proper setting for cotton.
Washing a wrap in hot water and drying in a hot dryer might shrink it up a little bit more.
Links to more information on W&W Baby Wraps
If you are interested in more information, here are some of
the places on line to check out:
TheBabyWearer.com forum. You have to register to see forum posts, but this thread has pictures and reviews of the baby wraps.
My Facebook page for my weaving. I regularly post pictures of the wraps on the loom.
W&W Love - the Facebook group for fans and customers of W&W Baby Wraps. https://www.facebook.com/groups/WWLove/