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The Crafter's Guide to
Pricing Your Work
How to calculate the value of your time, materials and handiwork to make money with your crafts
By: Dan Ramsey
The Crafter's Guide to Pricing Your Work shows how you can set prices to maximize income, first giving you general marketing and economic tips, then detailing the specifics of how to price and sell more than 75 crafts, from ceramics to fabrics, jewelry to paintings. You'll learn how to estimate materials, labor and overhead costs so you can compute your expenses. Assess and sell the value of your work so the price reflects your efforts. Account for regional price discrepancies and adjust the price accordingly. Calculate your studio rate to determine your hourly wage.
Plus, the book gives you promotional and marketing tips, telling you how and where to advertise your work at a minimum cost---for maximum return. You'll learn about copyrighting your work, planning and designing a booth for craft shows and more.
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