So I am looking into wrapping with my boy due in 5 weeks. I have been trying to hunt down some decent material that doesn't cost a fortune. I have found the above on ebay. What do you make of it? do you think it would be suitable/strong enough.
I have never wrapped before so was looking into an easy starter fabric.
It was the moby's that first got me thinking along the lines of wrapping actually. I checked out the wrapping instructions on you tube and then found a length of fabric at home that wasn't really suitable but ok to practise with and then I stuck my 2 1/2 year old in it. I was amazed at how easy it was, which is why I am now looking into making my own.
There are loads of people on here much more in the know then I am tho, who could give you far better advice then me.
Should definitely be strong enough. I use a (very thin) sarong as a makeshift pouch for my one year old and it holds him fine. Oh I'm all jealous now, I loved wrapping him as a newborn and still would now but he fights me
Ooh now I am excited pinkdolly after looking on youtube at the instructions- they make it look a piece of piss . Are you buing 5 metres like the pattern suggests? There is a remnant shop near me which sells fabric for £1 per metre so I'll pay them a visit I think.
Thanks for your thread, I had never thought of DIY!