Category: carrier review

Poe Wovens Norwich Review

Poe Wovens is back with its much-lauded Eaton Hill Collection: handwovens from the eponymous Vermont textile mill, which specializes in the reproduction of colonial-era fabric and dyes. ┬áThe wraps, then, build on traditional patterns and colors popular during those eras.…

Rebozo Wraps … And a Giveaway!

“Traditional carrier” is a problematic term in the babywearing world. We use it to refer, generally, to babywearing methods that predate Didymos and Snugli-type carriers in Europe and the Americas. Excepting the welsh shawl carry, most of these methods are…

C&C Review – Win It for Your Library!

The French often complain about English creeping into their language. And Americans famously butcher French words – think “croissant” and “au revoir.” So it’s no surprise that we’ve abbreviated the French wrap company Colima├žon et Cie to a simple C&C.…

The One Wrap: Mystic Petrol

I hesitate to say this. Everyone likes different things. Some people love linen. Some people hate hemp. Some people need thick, and some people crave thin. But just in case you were wondering: Didymos’s Mystic Petrol Old Standard is the…

Tekhni Aplos: Tale as Old as Time

Tekhni Wovens owner Alisa DeMarco has worked hard to make babywearing affordable. Arche has proven so successful that other companies have jumped on the budget bandwagon: both Poe Wovens and Vaquero have recently released similar pricing schemes. More budget options…

Sapling Birch: Because Trees!

Summer’s here, and Poe Wovens is sneak releasing its super-limited Summer Spectrum Collection: 3 patterns, available only in sizes 3, 4, and 6. After a large run of Harlequin, Poe co-owners Nancy and Jessica decided to go with a more…

Nunamoochie: Elephant Ears Review

The wrap world is, all around, fairly impossible to pronounce. Did-e-moose or did-e-mus? Jeer-a-sul or heer-a-sol? Teck-nee or tek-nay? Most of us can hardly pronounce “mei tai” correctly (for the record, it’s may-tie, not my-tie), so expecting us to manage…