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Early February, we started a challenge, a laid back challenge. We’re talking about using one size of woven wrap and wrapping in four different ways. Got a base length wrap that has been sitting uninspired? Challenge yourself! Got a base minus 3 giving you the side eye from the shelf? Grab it! Got a travelling wrap visiting that needs some breaking in? Break it in! No matter the brand, the type, the price tag, we want to see you. Tag us @BijouBabywearing and use the hashtag #4Carries1Size on social media! If you would like help brainstorming ways to carry, check out Wearing Wiki online or ask in the Facebook group Bijou Buzz where we will be playing along as well....

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Base Size Guide for Woven Wrap Baby Carriers

  (Transcript: BASE SIZE GUIDE for woven wrap baby carriers Consider that the range of base sizes is 4 through 9. You and your little one's base size is the size in which you feel comfortable tying a double knot behind your back in FRONT WRAP CROSS CARRY (FWCC) a way of wearing the child on your front. <3 (heart) Step one: Be proud that your awesome body cares for and carries a baby/toddler.📍(location symbol) - if possible, find a local baby wearing group or boutique where you can try on woven wraps.⭐(star): Not everyone has a local group. No problem. just a few questions will help locate your base size. FIRST GUESS: size 5 fits a petite wearer in...

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Everything I Needed to Know about Double Hammock, I Learned from Self-Wrapping

Did you know double hammock and front wrap cross carry are very nearly the same carry, just with baby in a different place? Think about it! This article is for for those just dipping their toes in the back-carry waters with a woven wrap, or those struggling with the nuances of a double hammock carry, and it contains a secret that I wish I had known years ago. You don't need a baby on your back to hone your back-carrying skills. In fact, a hybrid of with- and without-baby practice might be just what you need! You know what it's like. You're trying to remember the million things you learned from that video tutorial, but your baby has decided your...

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Monster Warning Tags on Wraps and Slings

"What is going on with these large warning tags on my Bijou Wear wrap/ring sling?"Wraps and slings sold by Bijou Wear are compliant with the stringent safety regulations for baby carriers that are expected to be passed in the US in late 2016.What does that mean? Our baby carriers have undergone rigorous third-party laboratory testing and meet or exceed U.S. standards. The regulations are not yet mandatory, but Bijou goes to the extra effort and expense to test to the standard. The large "Warning!" tags are part of this effort to be compliant. They will be required on all woven wraps and ring slings next year.We started in 2015 with our very first sling. It's part of our assurance to you that we...

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Bijou Wear is the first woven wrap company to offer the recycled fiber Eco2cotton®. Only available on our website ! Recycling clippings from cotton garments in factories reduces waste, reduces the demand for water-thirsty cotton plants, and since most of the yarns are not redyed, reduces pollutants and water waste from the dyeing process. It's a fiber you can feel good about and feel good wearing! For more information, see And to see great fan photos and hear their opinions, please join the Bijou Wear chatter group Bijou Buzz on Facebook!

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