I'm a big fan of Eva (a Didymos Wrap in case you are wondering!), I have a shortie with a lovely fringe and I'm very fond of it.
So it was lovely to receive pictures of this wrap conversion.
"...this one I made out of an old Didymos Eva wrap ringsling.
It had a tear and I didn't trust it anymore so I cut it up into pieces and made an Onbag that's in between the baby and the classic bag.
I had to cheat with the long straps since the wrap was only 2 meters long, but with a double seam it works fine...
I put the lining only on the inside of the bag and not on the straps.
I use this bag every day now"
The lighter outer fabric works beautifully with the darker taffeta lining - the shades really pick up the colours of the wrap.
And if it is beautiful to look at then it is even more lovely to touch!
She will look quite stunning wearing this ensemble - I do hope we get some action photos!
Very very glamerous!
Jess used a Jim wrap-scrap for the front and back panels, and a black cotton drill for the strap.
The wine-red of the lining taffeta brings out Jim's highlights, while the black works really well with his darker shades.
I'd love to see action shots of this bag - very beautiful.
Iris' stripes work really well as a full-shell wrap bag, and as usual the wrap-bags are the ones I don't want to give away - doesn't the two-tone taffeta lining look amazing with the stripes!
Lorna very kindly allowed me to 'bagify' her Didymos Jim - a very trusting lady!
It came out just beautifully - the fabric is so soft and strokeable, but seems to hold the shape of the bag far better than I thought it would.