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Thread: From Don-isewman1/Muscatine, Iowa

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    Senior Member isewman's Avatar
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    I have a question for anybody, and everyone..If you are making 30 block's, for a quilt top, but not sewing the blocks, together, what price of those 30 blocks would you ask for, Using good quality material.. Don/isewman1

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    It would depend on the complexity of the block.

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    show us a pic of the blocks??? I would say at least $5 a block a FatQ cost at least $2.50 plus your time?? Just a thought. Around $150.00 what does one expect for $5.

    Another idea calculate your fabric and charge around $8.99 a yard .

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    I am interested in the answers you get here. I can't imagine that you are going to get what it is really worth! If you have to go shopping for fabrics, add you mileage and time in to your cost!

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    Look through the offerings on e-bay and that will give you an idea :D

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