The beautifully hand Crocheted Baby Swing Chair is suitable for a child from 6 months to around 4 years.
Crocheted Baby Swing Chair Details
Handmade by artisans in Nicaragua and supporting fair trade.
Keeps your baby or toddler secure.
Suspend indoors or outside near a tree and ease your baby’s transition from womb to world.
100% Soft Cotton
Store inside during prolonged rainy periods
Precaution should be used while hanging your baby swing. Make sure it is securely fastened and that the supporting structure is strong enough to hold both the bassinet and baby.
Check for wear & tear over time.
Consult a professional if in doubt.
Crocheted Baby Swing Chair Specifications
100% cotton with plantation hard wood.
Care of your 100% cotton baby swing.
Children must be supervised at all times – never leave child unattended.
Check swing regularly for signs of fraying or wearing out, especially if hung in the sun of left in the sun or rain
For children aged 4 months (or when able to sit) until 36 months only (30kg)
Make sure the swing is securely fastened and that the supporting structure is strong enough to hold both the swing & child
Position chair at least 500mm away from windows, doors, stoves, electrical appliances, curtains & blind cords
Place only one child at a time in the swing
Never let your baby fall asleep in the swing
Stop your baby from standing or trying to climb out of the chair
Never allow other children to play near or climb onto or push the chair
Never add pillows or cushions to the swing
Falls onto hard surfaces could result in head or other serious injuries. Never place swing over concrete or other had surfaces.
IMPORTANT – HANGING INSTRUCTIONS
When installing this swing, be sure it cannot swing to within 500mm of any other object in front of, behind or to the side of it.
Before installing check strength and stability of the pole, branch or other supporting structures that will be used.
The swing only requires one fixing point. It can be hung from exposed beams, verandah, tree branches or swing stands.
If using a rope it is best for the rope to be at least 10mm thick.
If using a dynabolt we recommend at least 10mm thickness and 90mm length. It is recommended to go horizontally into the supporting structure not vertically upwards.
If in doubt consult a professional.
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