Re: First pillowcase dress done! Link to pic!
- From: "Sharon Hays" <mamahays@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 13:26:34 -0600
"Doug&Michelle" <dgiordano@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The fabric was on sale for $3/m, and I only used 1/2m, and yes my price is
little bit low, but hopefully I can find my niche in childrens clothes,Don't
since that is what I do best, and gradually get people hooked.........and
then..........well you know how it works, prices gradually increase.
worry, I didn't undercharge, I just didn't charge profit on top of wagethis
Ok. As long as you have a plan. :) Have you looked into what you would
need to do to get a booth at a craft show? Do you have any of those locally
or sort of locally? I've seen really cute things for little girls (not
these dresses, but other stuff) at craft fairs in the past. They always
seem to sell very well. The only thing is you would need to have a goodly
sized stock on hand. (and be willing to do special orders too.) If you do
go that route, try to sock away some of the money you make selling them this
way. Then you won't be out anything when you need to buy supplies to make a
big batch of them. And look for places you can buy in bulk! I know you're
in Canada, but check www.homesew.com and see what the shipping is like from
them. I've found tremendous deals in their "sampler clubs." Like 7" nylon
zippers (just right for a fly) in different colors. 40 of them for $3. And
they are just as good as any other zippers I've ever found.
Ok. A little off track. But I really want you to do Very Well on the biz
Never try to teach a pig to sing. It's a waste of time and just annoys the
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