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Old 03-09-2013, 01:02 PM   #1
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SOLDIMG]http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/j352/Momtomaxxemma/A84C3EFD-52EB-4641-882D-3E8EE51D949E-943-000000D1B5BBFF23.jpg[/IMG]I bought the osnaburg fabric. My mom serged it for me but one side came loose but we used it like it is. I tried to taper it. You can use it the way it is or it will need hemmed. Good wrap. Thin enough for summer. I think it's about a size 4 and 27 inches wide. Asking $30 ppd mainly to cover shipping and cost of fabric. Thanks!!

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Bump. Great starter wrap!
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Re: Diy osnaburg wrap

Could you easily dye this? I have only used a moby wrap. Would this size be good for a 5 foot person on the heavier side? I would like to use it for back, side, and front carry.

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Re: Diy osnaburg wrap

Is that a yes for both questions? I edited it.
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:21 PM   #10
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Is that a yes for both questions? I edited it.
Yes, I believe it would be. I am 5foot 3 and wear a size 14 and I could do lots of carries with it. I think it's perfect to try before you spend a bunch of money on a real woven wrap.
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