Those are great Leigh! I love it! What dimensions is your fabric for the wrap?
Here is another ring sling I made today. I know it looks like the previous one, but this one is single layered and more narrow (24"), where the first one is 30".
I forced DH to try it out.
I still love those guitars. So modern! (and totally OT, but try getting the rings higher and see if it feels better)
Glad you got a pic of your DH BWing. I love men BWing photos.
I love your guitars!
Kayla--the Moby type was actually no-sew. You can just get a few yards of jersey and cut it to the right size. I did end up sewing mine because I wanted organic jersey, which was more expensive, but by slicing it in thirds and sewing them end to end, I could buy less. Still...DIY wraps are not just for the seamstresses!
I finished my mai tai today:
I just finished it about 2 hours ago after DD was asleep, so I'll have to test it with her tomorrow.
It's reversable. Yes, the guitars again, lol. I am currenly a bit limited on my fabric selection and I'm going with a guitar theme for DS's nursery, so I'll be using all of that fabric before this is all over.
Reversible! Nice! I love the girly side.
OMG! I'm sooo impressed by this one lady. She seriously WOVE her own wrap at home!!!
Her name is Rubicube on The Baby Wearer forums.
If you're a member of that site you can follow this link to her thread: http://www.thebabywearer.com/forum/s...ics-added-436)
Talk about DIY, huh?
I also love the taco carrier
I'm planning on making a ring sling - or two - next week. LO and I are taking a pleasure-trip to my parent's house for a week. I'm glad to have free hands to sew and access to my Mom's huge fabric stash!!!!
ETA: oops! I saw that Jan's slings from sleepingbaby.net had gotten good reviews in the "all about ring slings" thread! I'll post pics once I'm done!
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Laszlo Jacob, 11/9/11
I'm also planning on making a riff on the Baby K'Tan - SO might cry if I buy another carrier this month (sound familiar?). I saw a friend wearing her 11-pound baby in a K'Tan and I loved it, but we also probably wouldn't get more than a few weeks of use before LO outgrew it. I'm still formulating details in my head, but I'm going to double-line it for a little more strength.
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Laszlo Jacob, 11/9/11