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    Hello All,
    I have been asked to put an Ice Skating design and letters of the team's school as well as each team member's name on fleece which will become a scarf. I made a sample and it was well received. Here is my dilemma. I have to make 15 of these items for Feb. 15 if I decide to do it. I have been asked how much I would charge for the project.
    In addition to the cost of the supplies requited, how much should I charge for input. I am not looking to make a killing on this by any means yet, on the other hand, it is wear and tear on the machine and my time that is a consideration. Any advice will be welcome.

    Materials x 3.
    Did you buy the pattern for the figure?
    Are you furnishing the fleece?
    Are you cutting and making the final scarf?
    How long does it take to stitch out?
    Sometimes, when there's a raging fire,
    it's best not to try to put it out with gasoline.

    "...pal carajo con la negatividad..."


      Adding to what Sandy said add your time for hooping, that seems simple but adds that time you don't think about. Do one all the way and use her formula. The fun thing about these machines is that it counts the thread stitches and time.
      🌺 Lorie


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