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Thread: Will this item sell at craft fair?

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    I love the look - good job!

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    Very nice. I also like the one on the right. That bead chain is very popular now and has a heavier look to it which I like.

    I would put a few in my jewelry case. $$$$$ ?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    Very cute! Whether or not they will sell depends on lots of factors. Price, venue, customer base, competition.... Craft/art fairs are difficult to figure out, what sells out in no time at one craft fair may not sell at all at the next one. All you can do is give it a try & see how it goes.
    I think she is so right but saying that I love your necklaces and would probably by one if I saw it!

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    I have a small xmas tree up in my sewing rm year round and think these would be great as ornaments on a tree like mine!. Hard to find sew/quilt ornaments for my tree. Good luck!
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    At a quilt show, or in an area where quilting is really popular, they would probably sell. Elsewhere, maybe not so much.
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    I like them all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neesie View Post
    They're awfully cute but to be honest, I'd only be interested in them if the squares are actual works of some sort. Counted cross stitch? Definitely! Actual pieced quilting? Couldn't resist them!! Embroidery? You betcha!!! However, if they're just printed pictures, I'd sadly pass them by.
    This is sort of where I am, too. Vintage bits would also interest me.

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    Those are very cute...I'd buy one. In fact...can I?
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    I think they are really cute. My only problem, would be picking the one I liked best.

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    I would buy one, but I am a quilter. Maybe you could do some non quilting related ones, also...knitting with ball of yarn,etc... Good luck on your adventure. You are talented.

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    Those are wonderful.

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    give it a try!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neesie View Post
    They're awfully cute but to be honest, I'd only be interested in them if the squares are actual works of some sort. Counted cross stitch? Definitely! Actual pieced quilting? Couldn't resist them!! Embroidery? You betcha!!! However, if they're just printed pictures, I'd sadly pass them by.
    I agree with Nessie. I love these, but like some others here have also asked, could you please tell us how you made them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanny's dollface View Post
    I made these and a friend suggested having a craft booth with her at a fair. Not sure if they will sell. What do you think? Thanks
    I am making mine with scraps of old batiks bought in 1974 for $4 a yard. I'll let you know how we do!
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    I love them!! How much are you asking for them?
    A finished quilt excites me!! Whether is it mine or yours!

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    I would buy them, i love necklaces like this. Good Luck, im sure they will sell
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