This video by 1zoebear includes a demonstration of various ways to tie a woven wrap in a back carry, beginning with a traditional sling carry pass, so that a chest belt is created.
This video by Rachel from BWI of Southern Maryland shows tips and tricks for adjusting a slipknot including strand by strand adjusting, tightening or loosening the entire carry, and how to lock the knot in place.
This slipknot tutorial by Rachel from BWI of Southern Maryland shows how to tie a slipknot. It’s shown over both the right and left shoulder.
This video by 1zoebear includes a demonstration of various ways to tie a wrap to make a chest belt in back carries with both straps coming over the shoulders.

Pass Glossary and Wrappers Cheat Sheet

Wrap Pass Glossary
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland includes a photo-glossary of wrap passes with pros and cons of each pass. Learning wrap pass names can make it very easy to learn new carries and adapt carries to better meet your needs.

Wrapper’s Cheat Sheet
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland breaks down common carries into passes.

Optimal Positioning Guide: Wrap

Wrap Carries by Size

What can you do with a size 2?
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland has a list of carries that can typically be done with a size 2 wrap.

What can you do with a size 3?
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland has a list of carries that can typically be done with a size 3 wrap.

What can you do with a size 4?
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland has a list of carries that can typically be done with a size 4 wrap.

What can you do with a size 5?
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland has a list of carries that can typically be done with a size 5 wrap.

What can you do with a size 6?
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland has a list of carries that can typically be done with a size 6 wrap.

What can you do with a size 7?
This blog post by BWI of Southern Maryland has a list of carries that can typically be done with a size 7 wrap.