Anatomy of a carry – Part 3 – Traditional Back Pass
Anatomy of a Carry – Part 3 – Traditional Back Pass (Hammock Pass)
A hammock pass goes over one shoulder of the wearer and under the other arm.
- places pressure diagonally across baby’s back and this result in an uneven pressure.
- the seat is held up by one pass.
- means that the position of the baby can be altered as you place this pass when this pass is used as a second pass.
- is the first and second pass in a Double Hammock carry.
- can also be guided to be bunched under baby’s leg and then under the wearer’s arm. This way the rebozo pass changes into a cross pass. This is often seen in multilayer back carries.