Say goodbye to complicated baby carriers! With no knots, ties, buckles, clips or rings, it's just 2 loops of fabric you put on criss-cross and that's it! Pop the baby in and you are good to go. From birth to 12 kg / 27 lbs in different positions.

Newborn Position

1 • Take one of the loops. Fold it in two, one side into the other to form a two layer loop. Slip on like a sash and open it slightly to form a hammock.

2 • Take your baby, put their head on your chest. Place them inside with your free hand in a froggy position, legs first, then their back. Adjust the fabric.

3 • Slip the second sling around your other shoulder, after folding it like the first. Place it under the baby’s buttocks; then spread it over the baby’s back and legs. If needed, twist the outer band on your shoulders to provide more support. Make sure that mouth and nose are not obstructed.

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Facing in Position

1 • Take one of the loops. Fold it in two, one side into the other. Slip on by putting your head and your arm in the loop. Repeat with the second on the other side.

2 • Place your baby high enough against you and slide your baby in the middle with the legs out on each side.

3 • Spread the bands evenly into the fold of their knees, creating a bucket seat. Their neck and head can be supported with one of the bands: place one of their ears to your heart and the band across their head so their face is still visible. Make sure the fabric covers their shoulders.

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Toddler – hip carry

With only one sling you can carry a heavy child for a long time without tiring your arms as the baby sling distributes the weight of the child equally between hip and shoulder.

1 • Take one of the loops. Fold it in two, one side into the other to form a two layer loop. Slip on by putting your head and your arm through this loop.

2 • Place your baby between the loop and your hip, legs on each side of your hip, sitting in the fabric.

3• Adjust if needed by twisting the outer band on your shoulders to provide more support.

Make sure you always keep one arm around your baby at all times when you are using this position.

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Size guide

1. WHICH SIZE SHOULD I CHOOSE?

Our baby carriers are currently available in two sizes : T1 and T2. The fabric is stretchy enough to adapt as best as possible to both the wearer's and the baby's bodies. 

Generally, T1 suits sizes from S to M and T2 suits larger sizes.


Important: The fabric will soften and relax during use and as the baby grows. It’s normal that the baby carrier feel a little snug during the first use.

And since each body is unique, you can try it quietly at home to see if it suits you and if not, you can send it back for a refund ;)

2. THE SIZE IS TOO SMALL - BABY IS TOO SQUASHED

You may experience a feeling of tightness but the goal is ultimately that the baby is held firmly against you and does not move, just like with a classic carrier. For the newborn position, depending on the morphology of both the baby and the wearer, it can quickly become restrictive. You can therefore place them into the sitting position early by respecting their physiological position and the natural spacing of their hips. The seating position will feel less snug as the legs will be out.

Also, do not hesitate to flatten the fabric on your back to leave more on the front.

Important: The fabric will soften and relax during use and as the baby grows.

3. THE SIZE IS TOO LARGE - BABY IS TOO LOW

Indeed your child should not be too low, or at least the position should remain as comfortable for them as it is for you and your baby should remain within reach for kisses. If this is not the case, you can make a loop with the fabric on each shoulder. You can make a loop by twisting the side of the scarf and reversing the hems so that the fabric is shortened and the baby is slightly lifted (see video section).

You can also wash your sling (30° or Warm setting in the washing machine) so that the fabric shrinks back to the original size (the product cannot be reimbursed once washed).

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