I teach in an elementary school. One of the other ladies there crochets beautifully and has just branched out into quilting. She brought a table runner for me to see - it was basically a 10-minute runner, but she had strip pieced the focus fabric from a variety of Christmas fabrics - really cute idea. She wanted to know if she could put a $20 price tag on it for a benefit for our deaf children. I asked how many yds of fabric were in it - maybe 1 - 1 1/2. I told her to double the cost of materials so she could ask $20 - $25 and that I'd put $25 because it was for a good cause.
Okay - here's the quilt police part ... she had basted it very loosely evidently cause instead of being tight it was very loose and puffy. I didn't say a word, but ... wonder if later I should ... say something? As a mentor rather than a policeman? Except that presumes that I think I'm right and she's wrong ... maybe she likes it puffy? What do ya'll think?