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I left off yesterday with the question of an hour spent doing something that is part of general education and an hour spent doing something that you invested a lot of time for learning is really the same value. If … Continue reading

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read the start of this series  Now… if things only were simple. I have written about fair pricing for crafts, and I have written about values attributed to crafting work today, and organic cotton (and I can’t believe that I … Continue reading

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read the start of this series I’m now going to wander a bit – but I’m still staying the same problem range. Because the question that will come up eventually when talking about crafts and pricing – especially textile crafts … Continue reading

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read part I of this series So… you know what your hourly rate should be to live off your crafts about as comfortably as you live off your job now.* You might have calculated how much to charge for a … Continue reading

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My post about handspun yarn and pricing got the following comment by Stephanie Ann: I run into this problem when pricing knitted items. I know I’ve worked X amount of hours on a project but know shop Y is selling … Continue reading

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A while ago, I mentioned that I’ve done a bit of wheel spinning again for a change. After a long while (felt like forever) of spinning to more or less fill two bobbins with single, I’m now in the plying … Continue reading

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Do you know that feeling that to some events, there is something like a secret topic? One of the main chat-topics at Freienfels was quality in crafts and the ability or lack of that ability to discern good craftspersonship from … Continue reading

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