Quick Answer: What size are baby wraps?

Sizes are based on Didymos measurements, but they can vary due to the unique nature of woven material. Size 2 = 2.7m, Size 3 = 3.2m, Size 4 = 3.7m, Size 5 = 4.2m, Size 6 = 4.7m, Size 7 = 5.2m, Size 8 = 5.7m.

What size is a wrap?

How are woven wraps sized? Wraps are sized by length. A shorter wrap has a smaller number, so a size 2 is much shorter than a size 6. The awesome thing about woven wraps is that just about ANYONE can wear just about ANY size wrap – they aren’t customized to your shape like k’tans or pocket slings.

How long is a size 2 Wrap?


Wrap Size Length (Meters) Length (Inches)
Size 1 2.2 meters 87 inches
Size 2 2.6 meters 102 inches
Size 3 3.2 meters 126 inches
Size 4 3.6 meters 142 inches

What size is a 4.6 m wrap?

Size 6 (M – 4.6m)

How do you measure a wrap size?

The length of a wrap is measured all along one of the hems, from the tip of the taper point along to the end of that hem. Wraps are parallelograms (squashed rectangles), so although the two long ends don’t sit directly above each other, then both measure exactly the same.

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What can I do with a size 3 Wrap?

What Can You Do with a Base Size Minus Three Woven Wrap?

  • Slip Knots.
  • Short Cross Carry with a Sling ring (SCC)
  • Traditional Sling Carry.
  • Semi-Front Wrap Cross Carry (Semi-FWCC)
  • Front (or Hip) Reinforced Torso Sling (FRTS/HRTS)
  • Hip Kangaroo.
  • Short Ruck Tied at the Shoulder (short RTAS)
  • Reinforced Rear Ruck.


What is the best size for a baby wrap?

If you’d like a wrap to last from newborn to toddler +, with the most versatility, opt for either a size 5 (4.2m), size 6 (4.6m) or a size 7 (5.2m) (also known as your base size) – use the size guide here to work out which of these is your base size.

What can I do with a size 2 Wrap?

Here are some carries I can do with a size 2 wrap (click to see the tutorial page for each carry):

  • Front Traditional Sling Carry.
  • Hip Traditional Sling Carry.
  • Back Traditional Sling Carry.
  • Semi Front Wrap Cross Carry.
  • Front Reinforced Torso Sling.
  • Kangaroo Carry.
  • Poppins Carry.
  • Hip Cross Carry.

How do you know what size base to wrap?

A ‘base’ size wrap is one that you can comfortably do a FWCC with, tying at your back. If your base size is a size 6, then looking at a base -1 would be a size 5, a base -2 would be a size 4, and so on and so forth. A front wrap cross carry is generally the carry best suited to establish your base size.

What is the longest baby wrap?

The Moby Wrap is 5.5 meters long and will fit larger parents. When wrapping, you would simply tie a knot at your back. For our customers who prefer extra length, an extra-long Moby Wrap (6 meters) can be purchased.

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How much fabric do you need for a baby wrap?

The best material for making a Moby wrap is muslin or cotton with 5% spandex or 5% elastane. These materials are comfortable and slightly stretchy, allowing them to adjust to the contours of both you and your baby’s body.To make the wrap, you will need 5 yards (4.6 m) of your chosen material (42 inches wide).

How wide is a woven baby wrap?

What do Woven Wrap Sizes Mean? Woven wraps come in seven sizes, each size is a specific length which can be used for different carries. Woven wrap sizes are determined by the length of the fabric, the width is always the same. For an Oscha sling, the width will generally be between 61-70cm.

What is a woven baby wrap?

What is a woven wrap? Simply put, a Woven Wrap is a long piece of woven fabric used to carry your baby. Some have tapered ends, some have blunt ends. They can be woven from many different materials, and made in many different regions of the world.

How long is a size 8 woven wrap?

Sizes are based on Didymos measurements, but they can vary due to the unique nature of woven material. Size 2 = 2.7m, Size 3 = 3.2m, Size 4 = 3.7m, Size 5 = 4.2m, Size 6 = 4.7m, Size 7 = 5.2m, Size 8 = 5.7m.

How do you measure diagonal wrap?

To diagonally wrap, measure the LP’s diagonal (16.97″) and cut a square with all sides this length. Either will completely cover the LP and both use 288 sq inches of paper. Of course the actual paper you use should be a bit oversized to allow some overlap for taping. I would use 18″ by 18″ or 13″ by 25″.

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