What I’ve learned about pricing your work

Rosy Alice Handmade

When I first started crocheting as a business, I priced myself very low because I was so desperate for sales. Despite what other crafters and Crafts Calculator rightly advised, I thought I knew better.

Here’s what I’ve come to realise: overall, it doesn’t matter what you price your items at. If they’re lovely and well-made, people will buy them if they like them, no matter the price.

So don’t undersell yourself. You are worth the price you charge.

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2 thoughts on “What I’ve learned about pricing your work

  1. At times things look the same but they are not exactly the same so know that your creativity is unique and it is yours. Be Blessed Everyone, Mtetar

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  2. This is something I’ve struggled with as well; and something I can’t seem to make clear to family members when I talk about the struggle of increasing my sales. “Your prices are too high” is always their first ‘suggestion.’ I’m glad I’m not the only one who believes price isn’t the deciding factor in most sales when it comes to our craft. 🙂

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