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Thread: This is what I have been working on the past couple of weeks.

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    Senior Member Lucky Lady's Avatar
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    I would like to be able to sell them but am not sure how to go about it. I have checked out Etsy but am not really familiar with it. Not sure what I should charge. I would appreciate any input!or advice from any of you. Thanks!


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    Very pretty!

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    I like them!

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    They are all adorable!!

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    You do wonderful work!

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    Wow, they are very nice.

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    I'm the same way, what do you charge. They always say don't forget yourself, when pricing things as you spend time to make it. But, at first, you also may make back only what supplies you put into it all.

    I tried Etsy for awhile, but gave up also. I think it is like anything else, you have to keep at it and advertise yourself.

    I'm sure others who are doing online selling can tell you better, hopefully we can both learn some tips! They are beautiful purses. What pattern did you use?

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    Love your purses.....especially the green one!

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    Nice bags!!

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    My favorite is the green one too. Nice job.

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    those are very nice!

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    I love your bags. The green bag is also my favorite. :)

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    Look into selling on Etsy or ebay buy now. These are nice bags.

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    I like these. The 2nd one is my favorite.

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    very pretty, I really like your color choices! :)

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    Glorious bags, you have been busy and such a nice job. One can never have enough bags. Beautiful - I love all of them.

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    Thank you for all the wonderful compliments. It is certainly encouraging! The blue bag is a pattern from Penny Sturges and is a large tote that measures approx. 14 inches by 14 inches. It has a snap closure and a pocket on the inside. The peach flowered bag is a Simplicity pattern #2551. It measures approx. 10 inches tall and 13 inches wide with two curved slash pockets on the front with no pockets inside. The green bad is a mini bowtucks by Penny Sturgess. All bags are made with heavy weight pellon and both inner and outer have been quilted for added structure. They all close with magnetic snaps and have fabric covered 1/8 inches wooden bottoms for support.

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    They are so cheery. Nice purses!

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    So I went hunting to see the pattern, since it seems Simplicity is 2.99 till tommorrow.

    lol, don't go to this place! http://www.sewingpatterns.com/

    You can download patterns and spend too much money. ;)

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