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Old 01-19-2013, 04:57 PM   #1
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How do I go about finding a woven Mei Tai?

I'm not sure where to find a woven Mei Tai I've searched the forum but no luck. Anyone know any specific sites? I'm also not really trying to pay $200+ for a custom wrap. I would like to stay around $60-$150.

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Old 01-19-2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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I'm not sure where to find a woven Mei Tai I've searched the forum but no luck. Anyone know any specific sites? I'm also not really trying to pay $200+ for a custom wrap. I would like to stay around $60-$150.
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You can always try the babywearing san diego facebook page! Send an ISO on there, im sure someone has something for you
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Re: How do I go about finding a woven Mei Tai?

Also try the FB group. There are two, but the baby wearing (with a space in the name) seems to have more WCMTs.
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Re: How do I go about finding a woven Mei Tai?

The FSOT forums at TBW (thebabywearer.com) tend to have lots of wrap conversions (I assume that's what you mean by a woven MT) and other more customized carriers. They do tend to be pricy, simply because converters charge at least $100 to convert a wrap and most wraps are at least $100 to begin with, so a wrap conversion ends up costing $200+ to make.

If you're trying to stay under $150 your best bet is a pre-made wrap conversion MT from a wrap manufacturer, such as a Hop-Tye or Didytai.

You can also check the facebook babywearing swap, there is a whole album there for wrap conversions, and I've seen some deals pop up. Good luck!
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