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    How about Natibaby stripes? I've got one (that I haven't used much), it was pretty soft out of the box and is pretty thin and seems forgiving of a sloppy wrap job

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    tinokislings.com/woven_wraps/girasol-tenango/
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    The Ellevill has tapered ends so make sure you get a bigger size. I wrap with a size6 Girasol, and can only "just" do all the wraps with my zara size5.

    I have a trigreen Zara, but linen so its cooler.

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    Okay - here's my short list.

    Anything I should scrap off it, add to it, or is there a stand out winner? My favourite pattern is the girasol.


    http://www.nurturenest.com.au/woven-...e-six-4-6.html

    http://tinokislings.com/woven_wraps/girasol-tenango/

    wovenwraps.com/zara-tri-pink-p-381.html

    http://www.wovenwraps.com.au/product-p/vat07.htm


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    OR with breaking in a linen wrap - what's involved? How hard is that going to be? Or is linen out of my price range UNDER $150?

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    Default Woven wrap suggestions?

    The best way to break in a wrap is to use it lots. You can braid them and steam iron as well which will help.

    The stand out for me in your list is the Vatanai - it's light enough for qld and in your price range. I'd go for 4.5 meters - it's long enough to do most carries.

    Prices for linen can vary - it might be hard getting a new linen wrap from Australia in your budget.

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    Im 99% decided!!!


    slinghub.com.au/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypag e.tpl&product_id=24&category_id=7&option=com_virtu emart&Itemid=20


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    http://slinghub.com.au/index.php?pag...mart&Itemid=20

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    Nice choice. I can't believe I forgot to suggest these - I've got one in a different colorway

    These are fantastic wrap. What size are you getting.

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