|In-stock slots: 0||Week of May 20: 0|
May 20, 3pm Eastern
Please read at left for explanation!
I've started using the sewing slot system again. I hate to do it, but I simply can't keep up with the order volume that's been consistently high for months now. Please click the link for an explanation of how it works and why I need to use it.
At right, In-stock slots are for fabrics I have on hand (basic and organic fabrics) and will be sewing from scratch; WCRS slots are for things you're having sent to me like wrap pieces, custom fabric, or sling shoulder redos. Next refresh is the date and time I will be adding more sewing slots.
I've changed from sewing a mix of WCRS and in-stock slings each week, to just doing WCRS one week and in-stocks the next. I think this will be more efficient and allow me to sew more slings, and may also may sewing slots easier to get. Sewing slots for both types will be added every other week, in a several batches to give people in different time zones the opportunity to order. If these present a difficulty for you, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know.
By clicking one of the links in the "shopping" navigation pull-down, you will be taken to my shopping cart system. You can use PayPal, if you have an account; or you can pay with a credit or debit card -- Visa and Mastercard work, although because American Express charges a separate, higher fee, I elected not to add them and so A.E. payments will not go through. I am also currently having issues with Discover -- for some reason, they are always declined, and my payment processor has been singularly unhelpful in diagnosing the problem. If you choose PayPal, you'll be sent to their site for the payment processing; and if you choose a credit or debit card, you will be sent through Authorize.net. In either case, I never see your credit card information, and both sites are secure. (I actually pay a lower transaction fee when you use a debit card, if you'd like to help me out a little there, but that's certainly not necessary :) If you are outside the US, the credit card system via Authorize.net does not tend to work (something about the address verification system), so I would recommend using a credit card through PayPal instead.
I apologize for the inconvenience, but I am no longer accepting payment by check or money order. My bank is in another town and I almost never go -- it's a special trip which is just not practical for me anymore. If you cannot pay with a credit or debit card, you can use an eCheck through either Authorize.net or PayPal, although eChecks take additional processing time (just like a physical check) while the check clears, so your order will not ship right away.
About PayPal eChecks: If your PayPal account is linked to your bank checking account and not to a credit card, or funds within the PayPal account itself, it will be processed as an eCheck. PayPal's policies state that I may not ship any items until the eCheck has cleared (generally 4-5 business days, although the time period is longer for international orders). Please check where funds come from in your PayPal account before ordering, since an eCheck is processed differently from funded or credit card-linked PayPal. More about PayPal eChecks
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