What you will need:
If you are making a pouch baby carrier:
1 1/2 yards of fleece
Thread that matches
A sewing machine
If you are making a no sew wrap baby carrier
5 yards of fleece or micro fleece (micro fleece is less supportive, but easier to tie, you've been warned)
You will learn how to make your carrier and how to use it safely!
About the instructor:
Kimber Tower is an internet taught babywearer. This year at the 2nd International Babywearing Conference in Chicago Kimber was an instructor for the Breastfeeding and Babywearing Class and Beginning ABC (asian baby carriers); along with judging the babywearing improv contest and modeling several kinds of carriers at the babywearing fashion show. Kimber was also the only person from Idaho who attends and hopes more Idahoans will attend the 2010 conference.
Kimber is the owner of Ball Baby Carriers LLC, a carrier company known worldwide for its' unique pattern, trendy prints and ease of use. Kimber's Ball Baby Pattern is available for free online as a gift to those who want to babywear but do not have the funds to purchase a baby carrier.
Kimber has been involved in the Idaho babywearing movement since it's inception. Her belief is that every baby wants to be worn, it is just up to the parent to find the right carrier for the baby/parent couple. Kimber loves to contribute to other's finding the babywearing love and hopes to see more families taking advantage of the benefits of babywearing locally.