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Thread: Where can I sell a quilt on commission?

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    Senior Member Gilla's Avatar
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    Oct 2009
    I have a beautiful 102x 102 quilt in rainbow colors with green backing, machine quilted. I would like to sell. Where do members of this board sell quilts? Any suggestions?

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    Super Member dakotamaid's Avatar
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    Feb 2009
    South central Nebraska, US
    I have sold on ebay in the past, not recently. Craigslist, or on this board. Always include pictures. Sometimes the classifieds in the local paper when they run free ads. Others will have other suggestions also. Good Luck :-D

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    Power Poster dunster's Avatar
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    Lake Elsinore, CA
    There's a classifieds section on the board. However, quilters seldom buy quilts (except for vintage quilts) so ebay, craigslist, or etsy might be better. If there's a quilt show near you, you can often get a better price by showing it there, but the people who put on the show usually take around 30% of the sales price. It sounds high, but they provide a large pool of potential customers and you can increase the asking price.

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    Power Poster nativetexan's Avatar
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    you can post it at Hancock of paducah's i think. on their site.
    oh what is the name of the shop in Greybull , Wyoming? shoot, there also. i'm blank at the moment. www.Bighornquilts.com
    that's it!
    i don't think they charge, just let you post on their site.

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