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Thread: Fall log cabin lunch bags... they're done!

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    These are some wonderful bags !

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    awesome lunch bags-hope you sell a lot of them
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    When and where is the craft sale please?
    I don't want to brag but I can still fit into the earrings I wore in high school.

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    Naples, Sept 29 + 30 if that's the Sat and Sun... :-)


    Quote Originally Posted by GagaSmith View Post
    When and where is the craft sale please?

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    How did I miss this thread?? Karla those are just great. Pricing is sooo hard though. You just never know what the market will bear. And the average shopper really has no idea the amount of work that goes into making the blocks let alone the bags. I would be tempted to put a $40 price tag on them at the show. Or perhaps price them at $45 and put a big sign up that says show special $5 off on bags. Maybe on Saturday you can get a feel for what people are willing to pay and adjust accordingly for Sunday. Pricing is always the hardest thing to decide.

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    those are beautiful!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic View Post
    How did I miss this thread?? Karla those are just great. Pricing is sooo hard though. You just never know what the market will bear. And the average shopper really has no idea the amount of work that goes into making the blocks let alone the bags. I would be tempted to put a $40 price tag on them at the show. Or perhaps price them at $45 and put a big sign up that says show special $5 off on bags. Maybe on Saturday you can get a feel for what people are willing to pay and adjust accordingly for Sunday. Pricing is always the hardest thing to decide.
    Feline--you nailed what I was thinking. They are very plain (pocekts, etc), but most have convinced me to start at $40. I'll listen to comments and lower to $35 if need be. They are sooo much work. I'll stick to books and toppers. lol

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    They are all so beautiful. Great job.

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    I can see you have been having fun. They are lovelyand i hope they get well used.

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    BEAUTIFUL as is everthing you make!!!! Good luck at your craft show!! It really is sad the way things have gone in the Craft Show venue.....I remember a time when you could do the craft show circuit and make a living out of it!!! Best of Luck oxoxo

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