This week's message:
My next shop opening will be Monday, July 6, at 2pm Eastern time. While the store is closed, the "add to cart" button has been removed to keep new orders from being placed. Turnaround time for orders placed on June 15 should be between 3-8 business days, with the shorter time for in-stock slings and WCRS received in the first week of July, and the longer time for WCRS received this week and next week (they tend to pile up faster than I can sew them and then I have to work through the backlog).
NB: Slings labeled in-stock are still sewn to order -- it's the fabric that I have in stock, not finished slings, and slings are not sewn until orders are placed.
I always post regular updates about the precise time I will reopen the store on my Facebook page. If you "like" my page on Facebook you can get them easily, and if you select "get notifications", Facebook will tell you when I post, which is the best way to get reminders. Otherwise, you can always refresh the home page here and check the Facebook feed below to see what I've posted.
About sleeping baby productions:
About me: A little about the sole proprietor (me!) behind sleeping baby productions llc
Helpful links: Sadly outdated -- this has taken a backseat to just keeping the sewing flowing.
SBP on Facebook: If you're looking for regular updates, the Facebook page is the place to be. Consider "liking" SBP for the latest!
Wholesale inquiries: I don't generally take on from-scratch sewing for wholesale -- it just doesn't work well with my business model. However, I can do wrap conversions in bulk -- please click for more details.
Site map: Not as up to date as it should be, alas.
Do it yourself: Takes you to my personal site (Jan Andrea at Home on the Web) where I have sewing directions not just for slings, but for many kinds of baby carriers and other baby items.
sleeping baby productions is a proud member of the Baby Carrier Industry Alliance, and I am among the founding board members. The BCIA is working hard to make sure that all baby carriers on the market are safe, and that users are aware of how to use them properly. Please consider supporting the BCIA if safe baby carriers are important in your daily life!