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    So sorry for your bad experience.....the quilt is beautiful and I too feel the $125 + materials was more than fair!

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    The quilt is beautiful...I sure hope you did not let her have it without full payment.

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    I hear of this happening so many times. So sorry she reneged on the agreed upon price estimate. I think you did an amazing job on the wall hanging and would hold onto until she comes up with the money.
    Helen T.

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    this is beautiful. 3 times price of materials is the usual charge but in this case more would be right

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    Keep that wallhanging until she pays the agreed upon price!

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    $175 including the fabric.
    Anna Quilts

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    I agree with all the ladies, do not let her have the quilt for anything less than $200 or even more. The time frame of 3 weeks was too much to ask for let alone her not living up to what you agreed upon. No one knows how much time we put into all of our projects. Let her go to Wal Mart.

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    Stick with the price she agreed to. Tell her you will hold onto it until she can come up with the money. Itemize the bill. Time on each portion (design, fabric shopping, piecing, appliqué, quilting, binding, cost of materials.).

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    Beautiful quilt, that took alot of hours, $200 is not much. Thank you for sharing.

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    That woman should be ashamed of herself! It's worth more than what you quoted her.

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