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    Super Member happymrs's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer22206
    I'd charge at least $10.
    I was thinking this much too. Unless it's a gift, you don't want to just give away your work! What if you ended making a bunch for everyone? Be sure & make it worth your time, & supplies!... You are worth more than that, & so is your talent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryStoaks
    Quote Originally Posted by charismah
    12$
    They are adorable!
    I agree!
    Ditto...does 4 dollars even cover materials, let alone your time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shemace2901
    My BFF found this pattern card in Shipshewanna. It is a little wallet designed by Valori Wells Designs. I made one and my neighbors loved it and asked to make some for them but I have no idea what to charge. The finished size ,closed, is 3 in by 5 in. The pattern used sew on snaps but I like the home spun look of buttons and I added a key ring. Do you think $4 is too much or not enough? What would you sell them for?
    Your time is worth far more than $4. You've probably got that much in fabric!

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    I see that you're in Illinois. I'm out in the west coast and would probably charge $10-12 or so.

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    I've made a "boat load" of those little wallets and sell them for $6.00, but I'm thinking of raising my price!!!

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    I would ask between $10 and $12. They are very cute and you couldn't get something like that at retail for $4.

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    $10 minimum...if you become a good marketer, $12-14...stocking stuffers, hostess gift, a "gratitude" gift for someone who has been very helpful to you, teacher's gift (I would have loved it!), of course, a few to a charity for them to auction...be sure your identity is attached.

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    These are adorable :D:D:D

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    I saw some made up in a LQS and they were charging $8.00.

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    Someone once told me to figure the price of my materials and multiply that by 3 to arrive at a reasonable price. It works out to be quite fair for all concerned.

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