I’m not a Hippie!
I’m not a Hippie!
*Terms and Conditions
Discount applies to custom mei tais and does not include postage which remains at £3.90 (2nd class recorded delivery with Royal Mail).
Discount applies to both 14″ and 16″ width mei tais made from any of our 17 standard colours with a panel made from fabrics sourced in the UK.
Orders must be placed and paid for in full before the end of January in order to qualify for the discount.
Whilst we aim to make and post your mei tai within 2 weeks of the fabric arriving please note that waiting times may be slightly longer during this busy period. We will endeavor to give you an estimated completion date upon acceptance of your order.
We’ve had a few custom orders recently. This customer asked for a polar bear themed Mei Tai for a baby who isn’t born yet so it had to be gender neutral. Try finding polar bear fabrics which aren’t blue! After much searching we found this one and shipped it from Taiwan! On beige linen I think you’ll agree it looks rather nice.
The final votes were counted and we went with the goldfish. This gorgeous mei tai is now on loan to the North East Sling Library. I hope they enjoy it!
Yup! That’s right. A group of parents across the pond have raised $48,000 through donations to fund their documentary about modern babywearing and the entrepreneurs behind it. Their website is pretty cool too and features real-life stories and some beautiful photos. I’m going to be keeping my eye on it.
The film is earmarked for completion by December 2015!
This lovely royal blue carrier will soon be off on a journey around various sling libraries to raise our profile and hopefully get some good reviews! The questions is…which pattern would you choose?
Thanks to Rachel Coy at the North East Sling Library for the opportunity to spread the news about The Little Patch
Where has babywearing taken you?We’d love to hear your stories about your adventures in babywearing and the cuddles you carry.
Why not get in touch and send us a photo and a few words to share on our blog.
It’s so much fun making these mei tais and imagining all of the interesting places they’re going to go. It’s not until the patterned panel is added that they really come alive. Here’s another custom order on its way out the door.