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Our grippiest, most rugged range of single-layer linens ever. The character-filled ridges, bumps, and creases of this wonderful textile simply add to the effect of its organic, earth-inspired beauty. We love the textural hand of this fabric, and the fact that it just gets better and better with wear.
• grow with your child from infancy through the toddler years
• are easy on/off, just cinch and go
• are perfect for breastfeeding on demand wherever you are
• promote bonding, and calm fussy babies
• are comfortable, intuitive, and deliciously snuggly
• are great for naps when out and about
• mimic natural in-arms carrying positions
• are easy to care for and become softer and stronger over time
• allow you to get work done and make both of you happy
• are each accompanied by a full color instructional booklet
• are made in the USA
Just a little spit up? Spot clean for those little messes. It's easy to pat your sling gently with a cold, damp washcloth!
Full washing instructions:
If your sling needs a deeper clean, check out the fiber-specific directions below. Most of our slings can be safely machine washed and a quick steam iron while catching up on the latest Game of Thrones or Silicon Valley is both relaxing and perfect for readying your sling to look its best!
Linen - Unthread your sling. Wash it in your machine alone on gentle cycle, in cold water. After washing, hang the sling to dry out of the sun or pop it right in the dryer on the low setting. Steam iron on the hottest setting to remove wrinkles.
Silk - Unthread your sling. Wash it in your machine alone on gentle cycle, in cold water (this method will give a more matte or raw look to a silk sling). After washing, hang the sling to dry out of the sun. Do not machine dry. Steam iron on the hottest setting to remove wrinkles. To preserve the original sheen of a silk sling, we recommend a combination of spot cleaning and environmentally-friendly dry cleaning.
Bamboo - Unthread your sling. Wash it in your machine alone on gentle cycle, in cold water. Hang to dry out of the sun. Steam iron on medium heat, gently stretching the fiber as you work to remove wrinkles and to regain original shape and length.
Cashmere - Unthread your sling. Handwash in lukewarm water and reshape while wet. Lay flat to dry out of the sun. Do not bleach or iron. Dry clean optional.
To keep your slings looking as new as possible for as long as possible, you'll want to make sure that you store them correctly! Our top recommendations are here:
For Everyday Storage - Hang or display your clean sling inside your home out of direct sunlight. Unthread it if you'd like, or keep it threaded if you will be using it frequently.
For Travel or Long Term Storage - If you plan to pack it for travel or store for a longer length of time, unthread and wash your sling. Try rolling it or iron it occasionally to keep the fabric nice and smooth. Store out of direct sunlight.