Every month we feature a carry or carrier to highlight at our monthly meetings and online (“BWITCCOTM” stands for Babywearing International of the Twin Cities Carry or Carrier of the Month).
This month we are featuring front wrap cross carry (FWCC). FWCC is a base size carry that is beginner-friendly. It’s do-able in a woven wrap, stretchy wrap, or hybrid wrap (hybrid wraps are stretchy but designed for safe back carrying in addition to front carrying). FWCC is often used to determine one’s base length. Note, one’s base length may change over time for various reasons, it is not a permanent number. Refer to graphic below.
Front Wrap Cross Carry (and Variations!) Tutorials
Below are video tutorials for the basic FWCC with the double knot in the back, front wrap cross carry tied at shoulder, Anne’s front carry (another variation of FWCC), and a twin variation of FWCC.
Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC)
2 minute 20 second video without voice audio of a front wrap cross carry demonstration
Front Wrap Cross Carry Tied at Shoulder (FWCC TAS)
2 minute 44 second video with voice audio and captions of a front wrap cross carry tied at shoulder demonstration
Anne’s Front Carry
8 minute 48 second video with audio and captions of an Anne’s front carry demonstration
Tandem Front Wrap Cross Carry (Tandem FWCC)
3 minute 42 second no voice audio video with caption instructions of a front wrap cross carry variation with twins demonstration
Wearing Wiki Base Size Carries: http://wearingwiki.com/wp/base-size-carries/
Wearing Wiki Front Wrap Cross Carry: http://www.wearingwiki.com/mw/index.php?title=Front_Wrap_Cross_Carry
Base Size Guide for Woven Wrap Baby Carriers by Bijou Wear: https://bijouwear.com/blogs/news/base-size-guide-for-woven-wrap-baby-carriers
Counter Culture Babywearing Company Profiles for Inclusive Sizing: http://counterculturebabywearing.com/company-profiles/
If you have any questions about babywearing, we encourage you to contact us and/or come learn in person at one of our meetings! Check out our Instagram @Babywearing.Twin.Cities and our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BabywearingTwinCities/).
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