Breaking in is the process of softening the slings. Though our slings come pre-softened and ready to use, below are some tips on how you can quickly make yours even more snugly.

Before First Use

Before first use it's best to wash your sling in order to start breaking it in. Wash in cold water and lay flat to dry. Our linen is pre-softened, but if you would like it even softer, you can start doing a little work to break in your sling and it will go a long ways towards making it more comfortable and easier to work with and adjust.

If you want even more softness

Some of our favorite methods are to steam iron it, run it through the rings, run it back and forth through the crib rails, braid it, or use the donut method. Friction will be your best friend here!

How to Thread a Sling

There can be a learning curve but it's worth it, we promise!

Ring Sling Tummy to Tummy Carry

Don't miss the tricks in how to tighten and loosen the ring sling.

Hip carry

For unassisted sitters. And a healthy dose of baby fever.


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