Wrapsody Leah Starry Sky Baby Wrap
Wrap up your baby in Wrapsody Leah and get all your work done while keeping your baby content and fuss-free. This Wrapsody Leah wrap is comfortable and beautiful, depicting butterflies and dandelions in soft blue.
Wrapsody Leah is made from 100% cotton that is strong, silky-soft, and lightweight.
Wrapsody uses the perfect material for those who want some stretch without the limitations of a stretchy wrap. We specifically select this Jersey Knit for its strength and comfort.
Like all the best baby gear, Wrapsody Leah is machine washable and will not pill or fade with use and care.
Wrapsody Leah is sewn and batiked in Bali Indonesia by a small business owned by a single mom. These Wrapsody baby wraps are the perfect choice for a chemical-free, fair-trade wrap in beautiful hand batiked colors and patterns.
Wrapsody Hybrid Baby Wrap
Called a hybrid wrap because it has all the cuddly softness of a stretchy wrap, but with all the support of a woven wrap. This means that Wrapsody Hybrid wraps will not sag as your baby gets bigger. Rather you will continue to experience unparalleled comfort as your wrap continues to hold baby snug against you.
It is safe and comfortable in front, back, or hip carries.
Wrapsody Hybrid Leah will comfortably carry your baby through toddlerhood and up to 35 lbs. It is not just tested for safety to that weight, it is tested by moms for comfort up to that weight!
Wrapsody Hybrid wraps are wide at 30 inches. The stretch to the fabric makes it easy to use and forgiving of sloppy or rushed wrapping. That means it will be comfortable even if you didn’t wrap well!
Has Stretch but NOT a Stretchy Wrap
Wrapsody Hybrid wraps have one directional stretch along the width but not the length of the wrap. This makes it different from so-called “stretchy wraps” like the Moby which stretch in both directions.
Because of this material, you can pretie Wrapsody Leah so you can easily pop baby in and out of the wrap like a Moby wrap. Yet it has the strength to support even heavy toddlers. And you can use it for the same carries used for woven wraps, including back carries.
With a Wrapsody Hybrid you will have a lot more versatility than a stretchy wrap. Your baby will not become too heavy to wear comfortably around 6 or 7 months. Instead, you will be happily enjoying the convenience and benefits of wrapping for YEARS!
Wrapsody Leah Washing Instructions
You can machine wash and dry Wrapsody’s 100% cotton Hybrid baby carriers. As the carriers are long and can tangle in your machines, it is best to first place the carrier inside a pillowcase or mesh sweater bag before washing. Do not use bleach. Feel free to utilize the soap you would use on any of your baby products, provided the soap does not contain bleach. Generally, a cold or warm wash is ideal. Line dry or dry on medium heat.
FIRST WASH Due to the saturation of our beautiful hand-dyed fabrics, the first few times you wash your carrier, you should wash it separately from other items, as unbonded dye may remain in the fibers. Removing any excess dye will not cause your carrier to fade. There are commercially available “color catcher” sheets that you may wish to use in your first wash — to be honest, I cannot find any compelling discussion of the science of these sheets, but many folks swear by them. You can wash as normal in warm water and check the rinse water until you see it is clear.
AVOID FADING Avoid fading the vibrant colors in your hand-dyed wrap. Do not dry it in direct sunlight. Or if you do dry in direct sunlight, do not leave it longer than necessary. Additionally, be aware that storing your wrap in sunlight, such as in a sunny spot of your car or in a sunny window, can cause the colors to fade over time.