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Thread: Harley T-Shirt Quilt done!

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    Senior Member Jan T's Avatar
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    That is really nice. You should charge him at least $150.00. Your time and talents are worth far more than that, but you can only get people to pay just so much.

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    Excellent!

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    Nice job

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    Good job. Nice quilt.

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    Great job. It looks terrific!

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    He will be pleased but I think you should charge more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastGrandma
    I finally finished the T-Shirt Quilt that a gentleman asked me to make for him at my Garage Sale a couple of weeks ago. It came out pretty good. I am just waiting for the label to dry and it will be ready for him to pick up.

    The cost of materials was $45, so I will charge him $90 for the completed quilt.

    It was a real challenge to do and I think it turned out pretty good...we'll see if he likes it!
    Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by intoquilting
    He will be pleased but I think you should charge more.
    I agree, I think you should at least charge him 3 X for what you paid for the materials.....

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    The price was set at a max of $100 before he ever committed. I am pleased and did not feel the pressure to get it done overnight!

    I hope to attach a pic of the label, as it is now on the quilt!

    Label affixed and quilt ready for pick-up -- tomorrow!
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    Great job!

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