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Thread: Don't look unless you're into Elvis

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    Super Member abdconsultant's Avatar
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    I made this for a friend, what does she do, she sells it for $20.00, now she wants another one, do you think i should bother? :?: By the way guess where the scissors go?
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    nope

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    If she sold it that's her loss. No more for her.

    Naughty place to put the scissors.

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    I'd charge her $20.00 before even cutting the first piece of fabric! How insulting!

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    lol
    I agree, sell her another one for $20!

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    Heck no, dont make her another one. The nerve!!

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    I would not make one for her she will go and sell it again. U should be getting the money not her..:O)

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    No way would I make her another one unless she gave me the $20 and a referral for other sales.

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    NO! She should have asked you to make the other person one before she sold it. Then you could have said sell that, I'll make you another OR then you won't have one!

    Friend, uh?

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    How could she sell it! That's a sacrilege!

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    WOW! It really does take all kinds! Once burned is enough...do not make her another quilt. But fill your heart with compassion for her; she needs it!

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    Definitely NOT.

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    Okay...where do the scissors go???? I am kind of afraid to guess. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    Okay...where do the scissors go???? I am kind of afraid to guess. lol
    That's what I want to know too!!! :)

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    no way-unless she pays you $20.00

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    Geeez - I would NOT make another for her. She obviously has no idea. Phooey

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    No, she obviously doesn't appreciate the work and money that goes into making a quilt.

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    Not unless she is going to give you the money for it first.

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    Sure, for $25! Cute though. :thumbup:

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    To be honest, it someone sold something I gave them, I wouldn't be too upset. I guess I would assume that it wasn't to their taste and someone else would enjoy it more. However, if they then had the nerve to ask for another, well, No Way! They had their chance! BTW, Doesn't that hurt putting the scissors there?

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    Way cool!!!

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    I'd make her another one for at least $40. $20 to recoup the first one, and whatever else for the second one.

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    Yep I'd make her another one, but I'd charge her $40. $20 for the first and $20 for the second. I think that's just terrible that she sold something that you gifted to her. She could have told that person that she would ask you if you would make another one for $20.

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    Charge her...but don't start it till you have the money in hand...

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    Tragic, not many folks understand how long it takes to create sewn items.

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