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Thread: Success with selling?

  1. #11
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    Because I had to keep 2 quilts in my fabric room and not available for sale for 1 month it cost me $400.00.

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    Try etsy. If you put them on ebay I don't think people will be willing to pay you what they are worth....kust my observation.

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    They were queen size quilts (95 x 90) with matching quilted shams. The patterns were double wedding ring on both and each piece was fussy cut by hand to get a specific design. They were worth $200.00 and I have no problem selling them for that amount. I have an order in my shop for 2 for them to be ready by Valentine's day.

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    How about local sales.com to sell in your area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynmccoy
    ...When you sell your quilts online,then you can't sell your quilts to anyone else during the time that they are online. I learned that the hard way.
    There are probably some sites where this is true, but both ebay and etsy will allow you to cancel/delete a listing. There are some restrictions on ebay (can't cancel the listing if people have bid on it, for instance) but I don't think there are restrictions on etsy, since it isn't an auction format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynmccoy
    When you sell your quilts online,then you can't sell your quilts to anyone else during the time that they are online. I learned that the hard way.
    What is this all about? Can you please give more details? You still haven't really explained what you mean. What site has this restriction and how is it enforced? Galleries, by contract, have exclusive rights to sell while an item is there, but I've never heard of websites doing that. Thanks for any further info you can offer.

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