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Thread: How to charge for embroidery

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    Senior Member almond's Avatar
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    There is a thread on on this web site that chats about embroidery machine & general emb. info. If interested go to search at top of this page and put in embroidery machine then scroll down to embroidery machine lets chat. This thread contains a lot of good embroidery stuff.
    Mary

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    I just hate to take on any project that detailed. I will do names based on the # of letters but also set a flat rate for a Single Letter 2 Letters or a Monogram. I also take into account the font used. Some letters in different fonts have more stitches. Embroidery retailers will charge a set up fee, thread color fee and # of stitches fee...that's why it costs so much. For what you are talking about $65 is a good price. If you have to digitize the design, a good digitizer charges about $35.00 for a simple design

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby the Quilter View Post
    I have an embroidery machine and would like to put names on shirts and designs. How would I charge? Thanks for your help.
    I only charge $3 for a first name.Alot also has to do with where you are,like cities you can get more money for it than if you live out in the middle of nowhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy View Post
    it's just like people wanting quilts, they have no idea of the time and effort and money that it takes
    Exactly my thoughts!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    I figured out what the typo was before it was edited. It was #2 and designs. He he he!
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