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Current turnaround time is in the 1-3 business day range (excluding weekends). I will be on vacation with my family from Sunday, Feb 26, through Sunday, March 5. Orders received during that time will be sewn the week of March 6. Thank you for your patience!

Now including free US shipping on all in-stock slings!

Wrap conversion ring slings (WCRS) and custom-fabric slings

WCRS info page: This covers everything you'll need to know about having a wrap conversion ring sling (WCRS) made, including a calculator for wrap splits and explanations of all the questions and options I have on the ordering page.

WCRS order page: After you've read through and understood the above, you can place your order here. This is for any ring sling made with a finished wrap (that is, it's either hemmed or has good selvege edges).

Custom wrap hemming: For wrap chops (shortening a longer wrap), wrap splits between two customers where a sling and shorty or two shorties are being sent to separate addresses, hemming existing slings, and having scarves made from leftover pieces of an appropriate size.

Shoulder redos: If you have a sling whose fabric you like, but the shoulder style isn't for you, I may be able to take out the existing stitching and redo it. Most commercially-produced slings can be redone without losing significant length. However, if the sling was made by an amateur, the stitching may be too extensive, or the fabric inappropriate for a sling. Please email with photos before purchasing this option if your sling was not professionally sewn.

Custom slings: If you have unhemmed fabric -- NOT already-sewn wraps -- that you would like made into a sling, it's a custom sling. (WCRS have hemmed edges already, so I merely cut and sew; unhemmed fabric needs the edges hemmed, which takes me longer.)

In the future: Regulations concerning the testing of ring slings and wraps will be mandatory by the end of 2017. Similar regulations have gone into effect for mei tais and SSCs; these do not affect ring slings, so yes, you can still send your wrap to be converted :) This page explains what will happen as the regulatory deadline approaches.