Tutorials

Step One: Threading The Sling

First, place the rings directly below the shoulder of your choice with the length of the sling behind your back.

Bring the length under the opposite arm of where the rings are resting and pull the fabric through both rings. Spread the fabric out along your back.

Next, separate the rings. Pull the fabric over the top ring and under the bottom ring, making sure the fabric stays as fanned out and straight as possible with little to no overlap.

The top seam will tighten the top portion of the sling, the bottom seam will tighten the bottom portion of the sling, and the middle portion of the fabric will tighten the middle area of the sling. You will want to keep a small amount of slack to help create the pouch for baby.

 

Start with the rings on top of your shoulder. Place baby on your opposite shoulder in a burping position.

Reach under the fabric and grab baby’s feet. Bring baby’s feet through the sling and with one hand still on baby, spread the fabric up baby’s back.

Grab the bottom rail and pull it up under baby’s bum and between your tummy and baby’s tummy. This should give baby a nice deep seat with his/her knees above his/her bum in an “M” position.

Once you have a good seat, tighten the top, bottom and middle rails, making sure baby is high and tight in the sling. Pull each section separately, taking care to pull the fabric at a slight angle, away from your body.

Start with the rings on top of your shoulder.

Place baby on your opposite shoulder in a burping position.

Lower baby into the pouch, making sure that baby’s feet stay in, that baby’s knees are above his/her bum, and baby is not sitting on his/her feet. Pull the top rail up toward the nape of baby’s neck.

Tighten the top, bottom and middle rails, making sure baby is high and tight in the sling. Pull each section separately, taking care to pull the fabric at a slight angle, away from your body.

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Start with the rings on top of your shoulder. Place baby on your opposite shoulder in a burping position.

Reach under the fabric and grab baby’s feet. Bring baby’s feet through the sling and with one hand still on baby, spread the fabric up baby’s back.

Put baby on your hip, grab the bottom rail, and pull it up under baby’s bum to create a deep seat. Make sure that baby’s knees are above his/her bum in an “M” position.

Once you have a good seat, tighten the top, bottom and middle rails, making sure baby is high and tight in the sling. Pull each section separately and make sure to pull at a slight angle, away from your body.

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