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Thread: Quilt Record Document

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    community benefactor collettakay's Avatar
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    I'm finally getting around to putting together my Quilt Record Binder and have to go back and document the projects I've already done. I thought you might be interested in seeing the finished layout I came up with. I'll try to attach it.

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    There's a textbox to the right to add a picture. For some reason its not showing when I downloaded the file.

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    Vrey Nice.

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    I really like your idea for a Record Document.
    Thank you for sharing with all of us, on the
    quilting board!!
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    I think $195 was way too little to charge for this quilt - but I guess you were thinking of it partially a gift? Watch out for others who see her quilt and ask you to make quilts for them and expect the same pricing!

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    Thanks for sharing your quilt document, I can barely get a picture of mine to put in a binder.LOL I totally agree with JoanneS, probably more people will be coming to you for a quilt with that same price in mind. Don't do it, your work is worth more.

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    That was the price I told her in the beginning but I've definitely upped my prices! :shock:

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    Good to hear! I definitely don't like to read about quilter's short selling themselves - er = their quilts!

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    The conflict comes when deciding to charge high and not sell or charge lower and sell. Especially depending on the area.

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