Two Sparrows Wovens

Two Sparrows Wovens

Previously known as Two Sparrows Handwoven, Two Sparrows Wovens have begun releasing machine woven wraps. I was really grateful to get the chance to try out Rhythm Poison, a rich wrap with lots of great features! Each wrap has unique qualities but to me, there were 2 things that stood out in this wrap: first was the retro-modern style and second was the texture.

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I Don't Want You To Own a Wrap

I Don't Want You To Own a Wrap

As an educator and experienced babywearer, I don't want you to own a wrap or a buckle carrier, a ring sling or a mei tai, a kanga cloth or anything in between. I don't want you to buy online or go into a store. I don't think you should buy a handwoven wrap or a machine woven one, the product of a large corporation or the product of a trustworthy work at home mom. I don't want you to buy any specific product at all; what I want is for you to buy the product that will actually work for you.

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Minako Naomi Tri-blend Prototype

Minako Naomi Tri-blend Prototype

This tri-blend Naomi can compensate for a quick wrap job, even with a child who is over half your height. I found that the layers of the pillowy weave combined with the blend of fibres meant that it had a downy feel on my shoulders and even if it crept up on my neck, there was no discomfort. I can confidently say that this wrap is perfectly suited to a newborn and can say with equal confidence that it will be perfectly suited for a toddler.

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