Baby Sling Pattern

Babywearing is one of my greatest loves! Having my baby close to me while still 'arms free' to do other important things...what more does a new mama want?
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Babywearing is one of my greatest loves! Having my baby close to me while still 'arms free' to do other important things (like sewing!), easy napping and nursing, settled and happy baby...what more does a new mama want? (sleep! i know!)

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I'm of the opinion that you can never have too many slings. A nice sling is easy (and affordable) to make, so you can put my theory to the test and try out different types of sling to see what works best for you and your little one. This month, from my humble kitchen I'll show you (yes you! these are perfect beginning sewing projects) how to make both a wrap sling and a ring sling and how to put your baby in (and out!) of them. I hope you enjoy!

Emily :)

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