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Navel lace Four-leaf clover

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An umbilical cord is a rope made of natural material that is used to tie the umbilical cord when it is cut. This is a natural alternative to an umbilical clamp.

The umbilical cord has a length of 30 cm so that there is enough space to tie easily.

You can cut what you have left and tie a knot at the end. So that no long string remains with the baby, but a comfortable button.

  • Sterilized
  • Packed airtight
  • 30 cm buying space
  • Handmade 


It is advisable to buy two, so that you always have a spare navel lace on hand.


Because this umbilical cord is packed airtight, you do not have to keep it in the freezer, but you can easily put it in your flight bag.

How do you tie the umbilical cord?

The umbilical cord is tied with a surgical knot. Every midwife and nurse in the hospital can tie this knot.


First of all, it is always important that you let the umbilical cord beat out for as long as possible. The longer, the better the start for your child.

What are you going to do? You make 2 surgical knots to close the umbilical cord.

Make it comfortable:take your time, the longer the umbilical cord is attached to your child, the better. 

Button 1:

  1. Wrap the umbilical cord around the umbilical cord
  2. You get the ends of the lace together twice instead of once like at the beginning of your shoelace or square knot. This secures the knot and prevents it from sliding.
  3. Tighten the knot with care.
  4. On top of the surgical knot, tie another flat simple knot to fix it. Tighten the knot with care.

Button 2:

  1. Bring the lace ends to the bottom of the umbilical cord
  2. Make a surgical knot here with the overhand knot on top. Tighten the knot with care.
  3. Trim the end of the umbilical cord comfortable length and tie off the end.
  4. Now the umbilical cord can be cut between the umbilical cord and placenta.