|In-stock slots: 0||Week of May 27: 0|
June 3, 9am 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.
Folding your sling into a neat package, for storage or travel
Sling laid out, threaded, flat.
|Left side folded inwards. On a 30" wide sling, the first fold will be about 10" from the edge. If you are folding a very wide sling, you will need to fold it in fifths (so, about 9" between folds).|
|Right side folded over|
|Bottom edge folded up about 1/4 the length of the sling. This will make the "pocket" the sling is folded into.|
|Ring end folded down to meet the top of the previous fold, again, about 1/4 the original length of the sling.|
|Just showing the pocket made by the bottom folded edge; you can see the edge of the tail on the upper inside of the pocket, and the part my finger is hooked into is the pouch part of the sling.|
|The sling is now folded in half and tucked into the pocket shown in the previous step. Voila, a neat little package ready to store. (This will, of course, leave crease marks if you store it like this for a long time, so either be prepared to iron or just don't mind the wrinkles!)|