Pricing Formula for Selling Crochet Items | The BHooked Podcast Episode 27

Know your worth.

In a sea of talented crocheters, it’s tempting to undervalue yourself and your time to win the sale. We go with the flow and find ourselves working harder, not smarter.

I’m here to tell you it’s okay to stand out from the crowd.

In order to come up with a fair price for both you and your customer, you need to take an educated and strategic approach approach to pricing your items. I’m here to explain just how to do that. We’ll not only cover the formula that you should follow but we’ll also dig a little deeper so you understand why it is important to value your time. We’ll cover:

  • Why it’s important to get the price just right and consistent.
  • The two habits we need to form as a business owner.
  • How to determine what your time is worth.
  • The “magic” formula

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4 thoughts on “Pricing Formula for Selling Crochet Items | The BHooked Podcast Episode 27

  • Olivia Szaraz

    Great podcast! I learned a lot. I just started listening, so this may have already been addressed, but what happens if you mess up and have to frog a bunch of rows? Would you include the time it took to frog and then the time it took to fix your mistake?

    • Hi Olivia! That’s a really great question and I’m not sure I have the perfect answer for it. If it were me, I would most likely not count the additional time for the error I made. I would feel responsible for that and wouldn’t feel good passing the additional charge to my customer. However, I say do what feels right to you 🙂

  • Hey Brittany,

    This was a great podcast for me. I can’t wait to apply all the knowledge that you have shared to growing my business!

    Thanks
    Kayla
    Thick Cozy Crochet

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