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Thread: Do you know a good project to sell at quilt shows?

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    Near Christmas time, someone sold a cocoa kit:

    In a little baggy she had a packet of cocoa mix, a few marshmallows, a mint, a plastic straw and a clever poem.

    I think they were selling for around a dollar.

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    They are nice and easy. And inexpensive to make as well as being a good scrap user.

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    Directions for an insulated casserole carrier - or the carriers -

    I'm more willing to buy directions/pattern than an item.

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    Clever sayings and mottos relating to quilting

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    Use the fabric covered rope pattern to make coasters, trivets, baskets, can cozzies.

    This can easily be done by multipl people. Someone can cut fabric into 1" width strips, another can cover the rope with fabric, another can stitch them.

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    Can you post the instructions for the potholders.

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    How about quilted coffee cup sleeves? You know, like the cardboard ones you get from Starbucks. I used the cardboard sleeve to draw my pattern. Close with a strip of velcro. It's a good way to use up the scraps and leftover blocks. I sell them for $5 each.

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    we do a white elepant table at our quilt guild every month and people bring in whatever and then it is sold for whatever you want to donate and we have been doing pretty good every month..

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    keychains, scrap bags that hangs from the table with the pincushion, potholders, totebags, tablerunners, pincushions

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    demonstrate quilting for a make it take it table for a small project, to teach, you might find some new members

    small project, pincushions, coaster etc.

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    if any members have any used quilt books, supplies, fabrics have them to donate them to the guild so the guild can make some $$$$

    bake sale

    sandwiches, chips and drinks to sell

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    make some cute bookmarks!

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    great ideas on here. Thanks everyone. More projects to make for the guild to sell. Loved all the tutorials.

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