Our stunning Summer lite-weight merino collection has all the warmth benefits that newborn babies need to regulate temperature, it's soft and ultra light-weight (in fact it only weighs 84 grams, compared with an average cotton wrap which weighs about 95 grams), so you get natural merino that is lite enough to layer with whatever you want; for example: during very warm Summer nights, you might like to wear just a singlet and nappy underneath your wrap, then as the temperature cools down, start adding a drawstring gown, or sleepsuit.

When putting together your basic checklist to help you and your baby get through the first 12-weeks this newborn wrap is ideal for nighttime survival.  It will see you through the first few tricky months when washing is not high on your list of priorities - and perfect to take to the hospital.

  • 1 x Forest print lite-weight merino baby wrap:
    • The perfect fit for your newborn till between 3-4months or till they start to roll over, whichever comes first.
    • Extra long length measures 60cm from the back of the neck to the bottom
    • Exclusively available on-line for a limited time
  • 1 x Forest print lite-weight merino knotted beanie:
    • Sized to fit nb- 3/5mths
    • Exclusively available on-line for a limited time


Our wrap sets are superior to all other wraps on the market because we have eliminated all the guesswork and made it easy to use - even dads can wrap/swaddle like a pro.  Simply slip your baby's feet into the body pocket and wrap the wings around your precious bundle.  The super soft merino stretches to form a snug fit around your little one making them feel safe and warm - no folding, zips or Velcro required. 

  • The extra-wide body pocket allows for the natural hip movement, meaning the legs will naturally fall into the 'frog' position.  This helps to prevent Hip Dysplasia.


Our knotted beanies will generally fit from newborn to approx 3/4 months old, and are designed to fit, so they don't fall down over babies eyes.  Simply tie the knot to fit your baby's head and adjust the knot as they grow.   The knotted hat are perfect for day time strolling and all out and about activities - just make sure you don't sleep your baby overnight in a hat (as they may overheat).


SUMMER MERINO forest print wrap with hat




Why should I use a fitted body pocket wrap?

Using the body pocket means they are already 80% wrapped before you even start, which means no feet escaping - ever.  And because there is only one way to use them, you wrap them correctly each and every time.  In fact they are so easy to use, even dad can do it!.  And importantly, there is less chance of over heating, as you are not adding several layers of extra fabric around your baby to try and get a secure wrap.

How to wrap like a pro:

  • Lay the wrap out where you plan to wrap baby.  Both wings should be on the same side.
  • Slip baby into the fitted body pocket and wrap the shortest wing under baby, which will mean one arm is already wrapped.
  • Then stretch the longest wing across the front of baby and wrap tight around and under.  Then tuck into the side.

Safety first:

  • It is important to never sleep your baby overnight with a beanie or hat on as this may cause over-heating.  Hats purchased with our wraps are for 'out and about'.  Best practice is to keep the room temperature at a comfortable condition for a lightly clothed adult.
  • If you are wrapping or swaddling your baby, then it is important to limit the use of blankets or duvets as well, not only can this lead to overheating, but there is a chance of your baby slipping under the covers while asleep.  Best practice is to add layers UNDER the wrap or swaddle to achieve the desired warmth. 
  • Side or stomach sleeping is not advisable:  Studies have found that the side sleep position is unstable and can increase the change of a baby rolling onto his/her stomach.  Sleep your baby on his/her back for EVERY sleep.
  • Use a firm sleep surface: Best practice is to use a firm mattress, covered by a sheet.
  • Once your baby starts to turn over, you must stop wrapping/swaddling and move to a sleeping bag option. 
  • Ensure that everyone who wraps/swaddles baby are aware of these best practice recommendations.

"I wasn't sure about using merino wool for my baby, who was born in early December.   However a friend told me that she used merino wraps for all her babies and gave me one to try.  I didn't take it to the hospital, and they gave me a non-stretchy, rough cotton cloth to use, as soon as I got home I switched to your wrap, and never looked back.  While I didn't buy my first one, I have certainly purchased many, many more since 2014  "  Julie G Paterson - Sydney Australia