Curious about the difference between carriers, and how they fit? It won't tell you about strap angle, but our friends at BWI of Colorado Springs made this fantastic SSC comparison chart! Check it out!
We are almost to the end of the challenge!
How many folks have managed to try a carry every day this month? #30daywrapchallenge
Today's carry adds another pretty finish to our repertoire. What do you think?
Do you like pretty finishes or do you prefer functional ones?
Do you find pretty finishes to be more comfortable?
What do you think of this carry? I love a pretty finish.
There are a few variations to this carry, including the short version pictured here, which is tied off just after making the bikini cross instead of making the third seat.
This is one of my favorite carries, but for some reason I don't do it as often as I could.
I love that it creates a chest belt that is comfortable for many wearers, whether they like or dislike ruck straps, or like or dislike chest belts.
I find that this chest belt is much more comfortable than a standard chest belt as most of the pressure is actually off the chest and at the half knot points on either side. At the same time, these pressure points are far enough away from the shoulder to avoid a "ruck strap" feel.
What do you think? Do you like this carry? Let us know which version you try and how you like it!
Video with half-knot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjRKuT4wxIU&list=PLACEE5D957FF01294&index=63
Video without half-knot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNFWKW7HWYg&list=PLACEE5D957FF01294&index=16
One of the fun parts of wrapping is being able to do all sorts of different finishes to basic carries like the DH, not only for comfort but for style as well!
What do you think of this finish? I think it's very pretty!
Check out the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1B4y4n57LI
Day 22 is another carry named for a person, not a fast food chain ;)
It begins like a regular double hammock, except that the second hammock pass is turned into a (spread) reinforced pass. The second hammock pass is spread and then passed over the far leg. A shoulder flip then brings it back up for a second spread pass, which is then brought under the far leg. This leaves you with several options for tying off: TAS, CCCB, or a knotless finish, like the one Faith does in this video:
What did you think? Let us know!