How to Wear guide

The baby sling scarf is designed for carrying a child up to 1 hour maximum, sideways (on your hip), for children aged from around 9 months (the child must already be able to sit) up to 5 years (max. 30kg).

 

“Chameleon” model (traditional non-tube scarf) 

Drape the baby sling scarf over one shoulder and tie the two ends together at the level of the diagonally opposite hip. Then follow the instructions for the Kangaroo model.

 

You can wash your baby sling scarf as indicated by the instructions on the label. Check each time before using the baby sling scarf whether the baby sling scarf is fit for use. Upon discovering even the most minor defect, do not use the scarf as a baby sling anymore. We do not accept any liability for improper use.

 

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1.
Slip into the baby sling scarf and position it diagonally over one shoulder, with the coloured strip on the edge of the baby sling scarf touching your neck.
2.
Lay your child on the other shoulder in a way that allows you to pull the little one’s feet through the baby sling scarf. Never let go of your child.
3.
Drape the baby sling scarf over your child, from the back of its knees well over its posterior up over its back.
4.
Hold your child in the baby sling scarf and swing it with the baby sling scarf down onto your hip. Then take the coloured edge of the baby sling scarf at your neck and pull this edge down over your shoulder, towards your elbow.
5.
This will hold your child perfectly in the baby sling scarf, with its weight distributed optimally. Your child should now be so tightly at your side that he/she is held in place solely by the baby sling scarf. You should not have to use your hands anymore to hold them. Otherwise, the baby sling scarf is too big and you need to try a smaller one.
6.
In order to take your child out of the baby sling scarf, pull the coloured edge back up to your neck…
7.
…pull your child up out of the baby sling scarf onto your shoulder not covered by the baby sling scarf. Never let go of your child.
1.
Slip into the baby sling scarf and position it diagonally over one shoulder with the coloured strip on the edge of the baby sling scarf facing inward, touching your neck.
2.
Crouch down onto your knees, placing the baby sling scarf over your child while doing so. Your child should be standing in front of you, facing you.
3.
Drape the baby sling scarf over your child, from the back of their knees well over their posterior up over their back.
4.
Now, take your child onto your hip, together with the baby sling scarf. Never let go of your child.
5.
Take the coloured edge of the baby sling scarf at your neck and pull this edge down over your shoulder, towards your elbow.
6.
This will hold your child perfectly in the baby sling scarf, with their weight distributed optimally. Your child should now be so tightly at your side that he/she is held in place solely by the baby sling scarf. You should not have to use your hands anymore to hold them. Otherwise, the baby sling scarf is too big and you need to try a smaller one.
7.
To take your child out of the baby sling scarf, pull the coloured edge back up to your neck. Never let go of your child.
8.
Crouch down a bit onto your knees in order to allow your child to stand on the ground…
9.
…then pull the baby sling scarf up over their head.
1.
Drape the baby sling scarf over one shoulder and tie the two ends together at the level of the diagonally opposite hip. Then follow the instructions for the Kangaroo model.
2.
Lay your child on the other shoulder in a way that allows you to pull the little one’s feet through the baby sling scarf. Never let go of your child.
3.
Drape the baby sling scarf over your child, from the back of its knees well over its posterior up over its back.
4.
Hold your child in the baby sling scarf and swing it with the baby sling scarf down onto your hip. Then take the coloured edge of the baby sling scarf at your neck and pull this edge down over your shoulder, towards your elbow.
5.
This will hold your child perfectly in the baby sling scarf, with its weight distributed optimally. Your child should now be so tightly at your side that he/she is held in place solely by the baby sling scarf. You should not have to use your hands anymore to hold them. Otherwise, the baby sling scarf is too big and you need to try a smaller one.
6.
In order to take your child out of the baby sling scarf, pull the coloured edge back up to your neck…
7.
…pull your child up out of the baby sling scarf onto your shoulder not covered by the baby sling scarf. Never let go of your child.
1.
Drape the baby sling scarf over one shoulder and tie the two ends together at the level of the diagonally opposite hip. Then follow the instructions for the Kangaroo model.
2.
Crouch down onto your knees, placing the baby sling scarf over your child while doing so. Your child should be standing in front of you, facing you.
3.
Drape the baby sling scarf over your child, from the back of their knees well over their posterior up over their back.
4.
Now, take your child onto your hip, together with the baby sling scarf. Never let go of your child.
5.
Take the coloured edge of the baby sling scarf at your neck and pull this edge down over your shoulder, towards your elbow.
6.
This will hold your child perfectly in the baby sling scarf, with their weight distributed optimally. Your child should now be so tightly at your side that he/she is held in place solely by the baby sling scarf. You should not have to use your hands anymore to hold them. Otherwise, the baby sling scarf is too big and you need to try a smaller one.
7.
To take your child out of the baby sling scarf, pull the coloured edge back up to your neck. Never let go of your child.
8.
Crouch down a bit onto your knees in order to allow your child to stand on the ground…
9.
…then pull the baby sling scarf up over their head.