These non-stretchy woven wraps are sized and best for babywearers who are a little more experience babywearing with wraps. The lack of stretch means that they will give more support the older (and heavier!) your child is.
The Orion wrap, named for the Wrapsody family's eldest son is like a river of turquoise and green stripes. She made this his namesake wrap because the blue-green reminded her of his eyes, and because the mythical Orion is linked with the Eridanus or Oceanus river.
I call this “Morgaine” after the goddess of the sea, and after my beautiful oldest daughter, who first led me to my own parenting and babywearing journey.
This turquoise, ocean-inspired wrap has a border of turtles with images of mermaids and stars in orange, green, and yellow accents.
We named “Lily” after one of our fair-haired office toddlers.
At one edge of the wrap is a regal, royal purple, and it transitions beautifully to a dappled grey at the other edge. This wrap is subtle and beautiful, a splash of color in a lovely neutral wrap that will look great on everyone, but especially those who love greys!
Named "Kimber" meaning forest clearing.
This wrap has a brown leaf print accented by a background of violet-red, blue, indigo, grass green and yellow splashes of color.
“Hope” was the winner of our Breeze design contest in the winter of 2010.
It was designed by Wendi Stemmons — the effect is so stunning that we literally gasped when we first held it in our hands — as beautiful as a double rainbow (all the way across the sky).
This coral-colored wrap with its aqua and green hibiscus flowers is one of our most elegant designs. You can easily pair it with either jeans or a cocktail dress.
We named it Freya after the Norse goddess of love who is sometimes connected with dragonflies, perhaps because of the heart shape they form during their mating dance.
Named “Sophia,” meaning “wisdom,” this wrap has a fleur-de-lis on the compass rose pointing you and your baby in the right direction — whether it’s pointing you toward your next adventure, pointing your baby toward the land of nod, or pointing you both toward home.
This design was inspired by henna hand-painting. The color of the design is a deep indigo, set against a brindled sable background. It is understated and elegant to compliment your wardrobe beautifully.
These unique one directional stretchy wraps are one size fits all and perfect for the beginning babywearer (especially great for snuggly newborns). They are gauze which means less hot than other stretchy wraps, and because of their unique properties can be used for back carriers as well (not recommended with two directional stretchy wraps). These wraps can be used for older / heavier children as well as newborns.
The white wishing-tufts of these flowers inspired this cheerful wrap, called “Brigid” after both the Irish saint and the goddess of Celtic myth, known as protectors of children.
his deep amethyst wrap with its trailing vines and blue-gold tones insisted it be named Aphrodite, after the Greek Goddess of passion and love. Our best selling stretch print, Aphrodite looks good on almost everyone. Even babywearing daddies are surprised by how much they love this beautiful purple baby wrap!
This wrap celebrating birth has a plum-colored background with pink lotus flowers decorated by a water-inspired edging.
Gingko has become a symbol of longevity and hope, so we named this wrap for our newborn friend Sebastian, born prematurely just as this design was being finalized.
We named this wrap "Nammy" after our babies' great grandmother, an accidental collector of owls and a beautiful force to be reckoned with. We'd like to think that when you wrap your baby up in Wrapsody owls, she's wrapping her arms around them too.
The rich browns and varied blues, along with the beautifully interwoven stars, suns, and leaves, reminded us of Isis, Egyptian mother-goddess, daughter of Earth and Sky.
Brown is the new black! And this one is gorgeous.
It seemed approriate to name this rich brown wrap (the color of good coffee) after Hiruko, a Japanese god of the morning sun. Hiruko is also the protector of little children - perfect for you and your baby
Collins was designed in response to the many requests we receive for a Celtic-style wrap.
The burnt sienna coloring provides the perfect canvas for the grey knotwork border and medallions, and the knotwork is the perfect frame for your beautiful baby!
Imagine yourself as your baby’s own Time Lord, carrying him through time and space wrapped in fabric and love the capture beautifully the deep space photographs of the Hubble telescope.
The Wrapsody DuO is one of a kind. It's a sport and water wrap that takes you from 10 minutes of morning yoga to after work cocktails. Use it for a long afternoon walk & then pop straight into the shower with your baby. It's resistant to both wrinkles and lint, this low-maintenance baby carrier packs a lot of features into a lightweight, compact package at a price every family will love
Similar in support and comfort to other stretch wraps, its fabric is unique, fasting dry fabric, light as yo