Does anyone use moby wraps?
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Celena - posted on 01/17/2010
I've read that jersey can be used- if you poke around online there should be directions for making one, I know I ran across some once on a related search. The retail one has serged (surged?) edges and a tag in the middle on one edge which can be very helpful for locating the center of the wrap, grabbing one layer, etc. It also is a funny shape, being wider in the middle and narrow at both ends. Hope that helps- home-made or store-bought, I'm a HUGE moby fan!
Sacha - posted on 01/21/2010
I would get one from Ebay rather than making one. The jersey is very thick and much thinner in width than what you get on the roll. I paid $25 for mine and it's totally worth it. My girl is 20lb now and I still wear her around the house and in stores.
Look into making a Mei Tai instead. I have one of those and it would be pretty simple to make. I think there are free patterns online.
Audrey - posted on 01/20/2010
I found the moby great for carrying DD as an itty-bitty, up until about 4-5 months'ish. It's pretty laborious to put on but worth it for the small stage. Any later and baby is too interested in the world outside to want to nestle in full-time to Mummy.
I use a Moby that I got as a hand-me-down. I LOVE it! Having never used one before, I would not have spent $40 on one, but would definitely now. Mainly because I'm not great at sewing! :) My husband even uses it... He takes our 3 month old snowshoeing, and I don't have to worry about him getting cold. Good luck!
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