Category: wrap reviews

Wrapsody DuO Review

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I was lucky enough to get my hands on not one, but TWO Wrapsody DuO wraps this summer. Made of lightweight swimsuit material, this wrap is meant for both small babies and, primarily, for use in the water. I have…

Chrysalis Shmetterling Review

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LaLu Wovens contacted me to review one of their wraps, and ended up mailing me a mouthful: Chrysalis Shmetterling. That long German word means butterfly, so it’s fair to say that this gorgeous gray wrap is the crown of their Chrysalis…

Poe Spangled Review and Giveaway

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I’ve tried several tencel wraps now. I’ve found most of them diggy; though they were soft, they wore like linen and didn’t have anything you could call cush. Then I tried Poe Woven’s Spangled with tencel. Spangled Glory is Poe’s…

BB-SLEN Rocks My World

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The wrap company Babylonia used to be on the top of the heap. Back in the dark ages, when I started wrapping, my babywearing leader recommended BB-SLENs, and the company’s Turkish Delight colorway was fiendishly HTF and HSA. BB-SLEN was…

Bijou Wear High Plains Review

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Newcomer Bijou Wear is testing out some brand-new fibers this summer with their mid-range ($165 for a size 6) High Plains Windmills. The wrap uses eco2cotton, a trademarked brand of recycled cotton. It works like this: fibers and clippings are…

Baby Doo Review and Giveaway

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By now, everyone’s heard of Baby Doo, the multicultural, community-minded wrap company who’s blanketed every BWI chapter in the US with a donation. It was a smart move. Based on a Czech company, but run here in America, Baby Doo…

Wrapsody Breeze Review and Giveaway

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People claim you need a thick wrap to wear any child over infancy. I’ve seen it over and over in the babywearing world: What’s “toddler-worthy”? Will this wrap work with my bigger baby? Granted, some people may prefer thick wraps…