How to turn your DIDYMOS wrap into a baby hammock
Use two double rings to create a baby hammock that won’t damage your wrap
You can also give the hammock shape by tying a knot or ribbon before securing the wrap. (Example here). To prevent any fraying to your DIDYMOS wrap, always tie the ends to the double ring.
Make sure that you do not hang the hammock too slackly otherwise your baby will lie all bunched up and won’t be able to move. Do not leave your child unattended in the hammock as kicking and any attempts to get out will make it tip over. Always tie your hammock according to the DIDYMOS baby hammock instructions. This tying method provides a safe, comfortable, ergonomic hold and is very reliable. Do not forget to secure all knots with double overhands.