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How to tie a baby wrap: basic knot step by step

Everything will start with the Basic Knot, a knot that you make beforehand before putting Baby in it. You will be able to keep the knot on you and put Baby in and out without undoing the knot, and this in different positions that you can see on other pages of the site :)

This knot is optimized for our stretchy wraps and will not work for a woven wrap.

Use this tutorial to make your first sling knot before settling baby in.

Difficulty: Easy (promised)

Materials Needed: baby wrap

Étape 1 : Create a cape with the wrap

On your wrap you have the tag that will serve as a marker.

  • Pick up the wrap by the top edge
  • Place it on your back, like a cape, label on the outside in the middle of your neck

Step 2: Clear your strong shoulder

Instinctively, you're bound to have a side where you feel more comfortable carrying baby. And it's that side that we're going to call your strong shoulder!

  • Release that shoulder by pulling your arm out of the cape and tucking the wrap under your armpit :)

Step Three: Slide the wrap tag in front of you

  • Pull the wrap with your wearing arm (where your shoulder is free)
  • Stop when the tag is in the middle of your chest

Step 4: Create first shoulder strap

  • Take the piece of fabric that covers your shoulder
  • Crease the fabric
  • Center the fabric over your shoulder, like a tank top

Step 5: Create the second shoulder strap

  • Pick the piece of fabric with the tag in front of you by the top edge
  • Put it under the armpit on the side of the first strap and go all the way to the back as if to wrap yourself in it
  • Plant the elbow of the shoulder strong shoulder into the fabric by holding it with your hand on the same side
  • Roll up the fabric to cover your entire forearm and eliminate any wrinkles
  • Reform a shoulder strap over your strong shoulder by crumpling the fabric
  • Center the fabric over your shoulder, like a tank top
  • Pass the strap fabric panel inside the "pocket" created in front

Step 6 - Adjust the wrap to your body type

The wrap needs to fit you, much like a t-shirt, not be too tight or loose. So there are 2 checkpoints.

  • The horizontal panel should not yawn
  • To adjust it, grab the strap from my strong shoulder to the nape of my neck and pull towards the ceiling/front to tighten
  • Descend the excess fabric under the pocket
  • Do the same on the other side
  • The X should fall behind the nape of your neck, high

Step 7: Cross the straps

  • Seat the two straps by the fabric that hangs below the horizontal panel (left hand left strap, right hand right shoulder strap)
  • Pass the fabric of the strong shoulder strap over the other strap to cross them (while staying under the pocket obviously)
  • Check that the X formed by the crossing of the straps is located at the plexus

Step 8: Tie the wrap in a knot!

  • Pick up the bottom strap by the outer edge to keep it smooth
  • Unfold the fabric over your ribs to wrap around it until you wedge it between your legs
  • Do the same on the other side: so your two pieces of fabric are both in front of you
  • Make a double knot on the side to "close" the baby wrap and secure the whole thing :)

We hope this step-by-step tutorial helps :), and for further assistance here's a video that covers the same points.

To discover the adapted positions after the base knot, it's here.

We remain at your disposal by email, phone or on social networks for any advice on physiological babywearing and our products. Know that trained babywearing instructors are also here to help you with your little one.