Collection: Swaddle Wraps

Our baby swaddle wraps are made from the softest Oeko-Tex Certified Organic Cotton muslin, and are as kind on the planet as they are your baby's skin.

Also available in our baby swaddle wrap value set and newborn gift set


How many swaddle wraps do I need?

We recommend to have two swaddle wraps so that you have a spare when one is in the wash. It might even be helpful to consider having a third on hand to use in case of emergencies! Swaddle wraps also have many uses other than swaddling; it can be used as a a feeding cover, sunshade, or a lightweight blanket.

What are the benefits of using a swaddle wrap?

Medical research suggests that swaddling is beneficial in helping newborns to sleep better. Swaddling a baby can calm their 'startle reflex' which wakes them up & disturbs their sleep.

How big should a swaddle wrap be?

A swaddle wrap should be big enough so that you can swaddle the baby without having to pull too tight. Billie + Bobbie newborn swaddle wraps are generously sized just for this reason.

Can my baby wear the swaddle wrap in the capsule/car seat?

No, it is not safe to swaddle your child while using a capsule or car seat.

What are Billie + Bobbie swaddle wraps made from?

Billie + Bobbie swaddle wraps are made from 100% Pure Oeko-Tex Certified Organic Cotton muslin, making them gentle against delicate skin.

When should I stop using the swaddle wrap to swaddle my baby?

It is essential to discontinue swaddling as soon as baby starts showing signs that they can begin to roll, usually between 4-6 months of age but sometimes younger.

How should I care for my Billie + Bobbie swaddle wrap?

Our swaddle wraps are suitable to be washed in a regular machine wash.

Is swaddling healthy for your baby’s hip development?

When swaddling your baby it is important to allow room around the hips for movement. 

How do I use a swaddle wrap safely?

  1. The neck must be fitted to avoid a baby’s head slipping down into the swaddle. To check for the correct fit, you should be able to fit two fingers in the neck hole when being worn.
  2. Swaddles should allow for full chest expansion when breathing
  3. The hips and legs need to be able to flop outwards into a natural position while the baby sleeps. Tight swaddling across the hips that hold the legs together is thought to contribute and increase developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH).
  4. Babies don’t regulate their body heat very well and rely on their coverings to keep them warm but not hot. Do not overdress a baby underneath their swaddle and never cover their head at sleep time (e.g. with a hat or beanie).
  5. Swaddling needs to be secure, without any chance of fabric draping over the baby’s face.