Hand-crafted Hammocks

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How to nurse both upright and in the cradle position in a Front Cross Carry in a woven wrap.

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How to tie a slipknot with a woven wrap for carries such a a Rebozo. This video uses 2 different coloured wraps to make it easier to see how the knot is tied.

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The Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC) is a method of tying a woven wrap baby carrier. It is a front carry, excellent for use with newborns and young babies. You …

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Step-by-step instructions for making a loom and weaving a mayan hammock, including the edge “crochet”, the interior triple weave, and the clew. Still photos …

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It all began more than 75 years ago with a great hammock. Riverboat Captain Joshua John Ward had created the most comfortable and sturdy cotton-rope hammock ever in 1889 — and it steadily…

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