Pricing Your Quilts…

21 Jan

This one is really directed at all of my fellow quilters and crafters out there. How do YOU price your quilts? I’ve heard a lot of different things from a lot of different people, but I’m kind of in this boat right now, where my prices were cheaper, but as I get busier I have to start raising them. How should I do it? What should I take into account? Any tips or advice would be super helpful!

Especially These 2 quilts. The one with the blue frame took about a total of 10 hours and 50 dollars worth of supplies, and the one with the black border took about 15 to 20 hours and about 60 dollars worth of supplies.


5 Responses to “Pricing Your Quilts…”

  1. Daynora Lynn Clements-Caul January 21, 2014 at 11:44 am #

    I have heard three times the amount of supplies, or supplies plus an hourly wage. So in this case either $150 or 50 dollars plus 10 x (what you feel you are worth).

  2. pat castonguay January 21, 2014 at 6:04 pm #

    I charge 3 times the price of the fabrics, and batting, I machine piece and hand quilt.

  3. Tracey Hines January 21, 2014 at 10:09 pm #

    How large are the quilts?

  4. Kat February 1, 2014 at 10:36 pm #

    Pricing should range from $.03-$.15 per square inch. I normally charge in the $.05 range.

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