What is a Baby Wrap?

Oscha baby wraps are a length of woven fabric specially designed to allow you to comfortably carry your child from newborn through to toddlerhood. Baby wraps can be tied in a variety of ways making them perfect for carrying children of all ages.

Read on to find out more about what a baby wrap is, what makes them so special and how to tie a woven baby wrap.

✔ Ergonomic Position

✔ Easily Adjustable

✔ Comfy from Newborn to Toddlerhood

Which Baby Carrier is Right for Me?

Baby Wraps: Discover below

Ring Slings: Learn more

Baby Carriers: Learn more

New to Woven Wraps?
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Baby Wraps: One Baby Carrier from Newborn to Toddlerhood

Wraps are the most versatile of the woven baby carriers. The way they wrap around you and your little one allows the fabric to mould to your body shape while evenly distributing your child’s weight; making carrying them close a continually comfortable experience. Baby wraps are easily shared by both parents, with no fiddly re-adjustment of buckles and straps needed.

Baby wraps are infinitely adjustable, so if you are looking for a baby carrier with the most comfortable & snug fit for front, hip and back carries, then this is a great choice for you.

Note: Our woven wraps are suitable for newborns weighing 8lbs+ and can be used with even smaller babies after seeking the advice of a healthcare professional.

The best part? With one woven baby wrap, you and your partner can carry your child for your family’s whole babywearing journey.

Healthy Hips

The Oscha ring slings have been approved by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a ‘Hip Healthy’ product, this means it will hold your child in the ‘M’ position which is optimum for hip development.

What makes Oscha’s Baby Wrap special?

Woven wraps are the core of what we do here at Oscha. We work exclusively with a renowned Lancashire Mill and over the last 10 years we have carefully developed our fabric so it is perfect for babywearing. We continue to experiment, so we can find the best ethical and organic yarns to create a baby wrap that is soft, strong and supportive.

Creating bespoke designs, tailored for baby slings, is our great joy and we spend a great deal of time focusing in on the optimum combinations of pattern, colour and yarn to create the most beautiful and comfortable baby slings in the world.

Discover the Benefits of a Woven Wrap

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Learning to Tie a Baby Wrap is Easy

Wrapping can look intimidating, and the long length of fabric might be overwhelming at first glance, but you’ll be surprised how quickly you and your little one will be snuggled up with a neat double-knot securing your carry.

A Front Wrap Cross Carry is the carry most new wrappers learn first, it uses a versatile size of wrap which will last you from newborn to toddlerhood and introduces the basic skills of babywearing.

Learn more about using a Baby Wrap

If you think a baby wrap might be the right choice for your family, you can learn more about choosing your first baby wrap with Oscha.

Learn which size is right for you with our Size Guide.

Discover how to choose the perfect baby wrap.

Why Choose Oscha?

Founded by mum Zoe, Oscha began when her love for wrapping became a day to day life-saver after her twin boys were born just 16 months after her daughter. With a passion for slings and for design, Zoe’s vision of a wrap company which offers parents elegant, colourful baby carriers quickly became a reality. Zoe and the Oscha team continue to design unique woven patterns and use innovative weaving techniques to make baby carrying a beautiful and comfortable experience for all. Read the full Oscha Story.

Oscha is a carbon-neutral company and our baby carriers are made with zero-waste. Our fabrics are woven in the British Isles from responsibly sourced yarns before they are lovingly handcrafted into slings in our solar-powered Scottish workshop. Plus, each sling sold contributes to our growing Oscha grove which is helping to reforest the Scottish Highlands. Read more about our ethics.

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