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Thread: Mini Bow Tuck-

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    Junior Member Froggiey's Avatar
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    Mini Bow Tuck-

    Made this mini bow tuck and was wondering if anybody sells them and what they price the mini at.
    I did embrodiery on this one. I'v had several people ask me to make one for them and don't know how much to ask for one. Thanks.
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    That is beauiful. Just perfect.

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    No help with pricing but it sure is pretty ! Love the embroidery
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    Love the embroidery................ have seen the mini-bow-tucks priced at $35.00.......... hope this helps .

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    I wouldn't know how to price them in your area. So, I won't even try. But, you did a fantastic job on it. It ought to sell fast!
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    Customized with your embroidery....$40!!!

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    I ask $40 for the larger and $30 for the small ones.
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    I've seen them for alot of different prices, here's some regular ones at $35 http://www.whispersoftquilts.com/cat.../catId=3892813 If someone special orders one, I think I would agree on a price first as it would take longer to do with the embroidery, right?

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    Love it, you did a very good job on it..

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    No help at pricing, just wanted to comment on how pretty it is!
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    Very professional! Great purse!

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    I would say $48 with the special embroidery. There is a lot of unseen products in the bow tuck and lots of work.
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    That purse is beautiful!! What kind of embroidery machine do you have that you can do that emb. with?

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    I don't know what the pricing scale is but if you're including embroidery, you should add at lest $5 for the extra effort. Beautiful bag. Thanks for sharing.
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    Grandma Bonnie, thanks and I have a Burnina 440. I took the plunge last year and love it. I must tell you that I have had lots of trouble with the embroidery. Nothing except myself not knowing how to use it. There are no instructions and when I asked for help I could not get the answers. I am just now learning how to use it properly after a year of frustrations. Burnina just needs to print an instruction book for dummies like me.

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    Wow that is impressive.......I think $35 is a fair price for the small one. Hope this helps
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    I think with that pretty embroidery, I would ask at least $40.00.

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    I bought a larger one without embroidery at a quilt guild show for $45 last year.

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    That is a beautiful bag. I have only made 1 mini bow tucks but sold it as well as a lot of the large size. I was selling them for $45.00 plus postage. The person who bought my mini was happy to pay the same price as everyone else because she wanted it for her daughter.
    I have checked the conversion chart and USD & Aud are almost on par at the moment. But I think with your beautiful embroidery your bag is worth more. Good luck.

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    Love the embriodery you did on it

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    Very nice, the embroidery makes me smile. Maybe $35 - $45, my gosh it is hand made and perky!!
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    I sell mine for $80.00......I can't make them fast enough!!!
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    Thanks to everyone. I made another plain bag last night and took them to work today. Sold this one within 30 min. and the other one as well for $40 each.

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    I have seen them as low as $20.00 to $35.00. The quality of the material and time are factored but time is usually not recovered in selling cost unless your fast and fabric and color choices are terrific. I have found the love of doing makes everything worth doing.

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