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No-Sew Baby Wrap Tutorial

By MadelinePetersen |

I am possibly the world’s biggest fan of baby carrying. There were many times early in Tate’s life, I might have lost my mind had it not been for the baby carrier.

This is why I was so excited to stumble on this video tutorial for a no-sew baby carrier made with just 3 T-Shirts, yarn, and a pair of scissors. Easy peasy. For real.

Click through to see the video tutorial:


Is this something you would attempt? I think I might!

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Madeline blogs and tweets about budget-friendly clothes, modest apparel, sales, her obsession with pop culture, and her pudgy little baby, Tate, on her personal blog, Uber Chic for Cheap. A former Babble contributor, she currently resides in Corpus Christi, Texas.

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7 thoughts on “No-Sew Baby Wrap Tutorial

  1. paulina says:

    What a genius idea! If you wear the baby facing out, how do you put her into the wrap? I know my 6mo old would prefer facing out too.

  2. A.Merjil says:

    This looks like a wonderful idea, thank you so much for sharing. My husband are now trying for our 2nd one and I would love to try this with our next baby. Again thank you for sharing.
    Oh and real quick how would you go about putting the baby facing out when old enough. would it be the same way? <3

  3. Margo says:

    You shouldn’t wear a baby wrapped facing out. The whole idea behind wrapping is to support the baby’s back and hips, and a baby facing out sort of “dangles” arching back toward your chest. It’s not healthy or comfortable in the long run.

  4. jannell says:

    I made my own baby carrier once out of a body pillow case that was made out of stretchy material, it didnt work to well and only went over my right shoulder down to my left hip and she is was 1 1/2 yrs old so she just sat her “fanny” in it and rested on my hip at the same time, but i had to sew it and i hot glued it for extra support. But this is genius! The one u made provides way more support and looks more comfy then mine was lol i have to make one of these later today!

  5. Donna Trivette says:

    I looked for one of these in the stores but they have been recalled. Thanks for the vidio. I’m a very busy Grandma, I watch my 7 grandkids 5 days a week. The two littlest ones are 21 months and 1 month. This is great now I can keep the newborn with me while I chase the others.

  6. nowickidee says:

    TOO FUNNY!!! Make sure the shirts you use aren’t too stretchy. I just made one and the shirts seemed like the perfect fit, but with the stretch factor baby was practically walking in the thing! LMAO!!! Awesome idea though and I will now do it correctly!

  7. Cheyenne says:

    Thank you for sharing! I am a stay at home mom with two girls, a 6 month old and a 2 year old. My 6 month old is a mommys girl and never wants me to put her down. So I am definatly going to make one of these today!

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