I finally sent off a big box of stuff this morning back up to Brooklyn for this weekend's festival. I took pictures of everything, but I also need some help. Having never done these shows before, she's not quite sure how to price everything. I know some of you out there are sometime craft show vendors (or, at least, shoppers!). Can you give me some ideas of what we can reasonably charge for some of this stuff? (Remember, this is NYC and everything's a little more expensive up there.)
First, some pillowcases:
Why am I only just now discovering the Chocolate Lollipop line? I love it!
The cut made the directional fabric difficult to work with, but I think it's still cute. Just stand on your head and you'll get the idea!
Hard to tell, but 30's reproduction kitty cats playing musical instruments on the left. Anna Griffin on the right.
Next, some quilted pillows. They will have pillow forms in them, but since the forms are up in NY, I didn't have any pillow forms to take the pictures.
First, some 20" x 20" pillows:
And I even learned how to do envelope backs!
Practicing my free motion quilting:
Made from some fat quarter bundles that my mom picked up at Purl Soho (her local shop, can you believe it?). I would never think to put these fabrics together, but they seem to work. Boy, they're good.
My first time using muslin (above). It was really soft and nice to work with, and I loved the natural color. I'll be using it again.
Here's a 14" by 14" pillow:
And, some smaller travel pillows (12" x 16"):
Here's a gender neutral baby quilt with an incredibly soft flannel back. In the interest of time, this one was "birthed" rather than assembled, and will be tied instead of quilted.
And finally, some last-minute customized Moleskine books with scraps from my stash. This idea is from the Last-Minute Patchwork + Quilted Gifts book.