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Thread: What price do you charge

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    Super Member jitkaau's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by cmagee84
    Wow, that IS priceless. I agree with all the comments. I once read on here that you could charge by the square foot. such as a 55 x 75 = 4125 divided by 144 (12x12) = 28.6.

    $15 x 28.6 = 429.68
    $20 x 28.6 = 572.90.

    Sounds like a lot, but this piece is PRICELESS!

    Good Luck
    I don't think it is worthwhile making any quilt under $600, so I think your pricing is hovering in the right direction.

  2. #72
    Senior Member sewhat540's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    Cheektowaga, NY
    Wow, Wow.......... there is no price for this one....precious to say the least.

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    Mar 2011
    dido everyone...don't short change yourself, this is alot of work..start high..very high..then you can be cuddled down a little bit.

  4. #74
    Junior Member windycitygal's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by Hosta
    make sure you get a deposit to cover your initial costs or you might get stuck when someone changes their mind
    Give them your price up front as well. Getting the deposit for your costs is very important, I have been burned before on smaller items. You don't want to learn this lesson the hard way! I would say $350-$400 is a good range, remember you are going to use lots of printer ink making the pictures, so factor a new ink cartridge into your cost as well. Be confident about your asking pice and you will get it. Good Luck!

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