DARK CROSSES baby wrap in organic cotton
The DARK CROSSES organic cotton baby wrap is one of the great news of the AW18 collection. It is perfect to carry throughout the year for its color and texture. Includes a nice 100 % cotton bag where you can keep your baby wrap whenever you want or you can give it a new use.
It’s a baby wrap very, very soft! It’s so nice that practically the feeling is to have your baby skin to skin.
If it’s your first time with babywearing, perfect!, because this baby wrap is ideal to start carrying for the first months of your baby’s life. Stretchy baby wraps are highly recommended for newborns because they allow them to be attached to you and with a very ergonomic position that reminds the same when it was inside you.
There are two ideal knots to carry your baby: the pre-knotted knot and the wrapped cross knot. Both we explain them to you in detail and with a videoturial in our section of Baby wrap tutorials.
Baby wrap composition and measures
This baby wrap is made with certified organic cotton GOTS (94%) and a small percentage of elastane (6%) which makes it more comfortable for you and your baby. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, that also includes ecological and social criteria.
It measures 5 meters, a unique size that allows anyone to adjust it well.
It is designed and made in Barcelona.
Carrying is easy, just follow the instructions that allow you to carry safely and ergonomically. Follow our babywearing tips when it comes to putting on and carrying your baby. We remind you the most basic ones:
- Your baby should be close enough to kiss.
- Must be in frog position or M, with his knees above the little bottom.
- Never cover his face with the baby wrap: airways (mouth and nose) should be free.
- Do not put it face to your chest, but to the side, so your baby can breathe well.
Enjoy this design baby wrap in a natural way with your baby: join the community #naturallytogether!
It is a product recommended by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute (IHDI)