Feb 20th 1 pm EST

Winter 2024

Heritage baby

Ring Slings

Heart Full. Hands Free.

All slings are made by hand with love in Ontario, Canada, using 100% European linen that is sure to get softer and cozier with time and care. Each carrier purchased from HBD will also support one of our favourite charities.

About Us

Meet Our Founder

Get to know the owner of Heritage Baby Designs - Kayleigh. With eco-consciousness and giving back to our communities in mind, she created this parent-owned and operated, handmade business to support parents in their babywearing journeys.

From the people
Heritage Baby slings are absolute perfection, just like this small shop. The slings are soft, comfortable and absolutely beautiful! My toddler and newborn both really enjoy being worn in these slings (I have two!).
— Chelsea
My Heritage baby ring slings are by far my favourite carriers I own. They are super comfortable for mom and baby, they look & feel amazing, plus they’re beautifully long. I would own one in every single colour if I could!
— Ashley
I am absolutely obsessed with my Heritage Ring Slings! They are wonderfully long and made of the most beautiful fabric. My toddler absolutely loves being in this sling, which is great because it’s comfortable for mama too. I only wish we got one sooner!
— Alicia


Babywearing is a centuries long practice that has many benefits. It can help reduce crying, support infant and toddler development, reduce chances of PPD/PPA, help improve milk production, and support strong bonding. Keep that baby close to heart, keep your hands free.


Babies aren't the only ones who can benefit from being worn. Toddlers sometimes have big needs and big feelings for their littler bodies. Wearing your toddler can help with development, bonding, and mood. Best of all, you can easily pop your toddler in and out of a ring sling.


Chosen with care, all Heritage Baby Designs slings are made of linen. Linen is known to be one of the most sustainable, durable, water saving fabrics in the textile industry. HBD wrap carriers are made of 90% Tencel, a textile made of tree pulp fibres that produces the least water waste compared to other jersey fabrics.