Pricing Your Handmade – Your time is valuable.
That statement literally means your time has a value associated with it. You expect your employer to pay you for you time. Pricing your handmade is no exception. Your work and your time is worth a fair price. Be fair to yourself.
I’m joined this week once again by, Chantal, of Knitatude to elaborate on her top tips for makers back in episode 53. She gives it to us as real as possible – why we should charge for handmade, why it’s worth a price and how you should calculate the fair value of your goods. Hold on to your hats, this is a good one!
- About Knitatude and how she learned the hard way that her time and work is valuable.
- Her personal experience with different formulas that are available to help makers price their goods.
- The formula you should be using.
- The lingo with pricing.
- About profits and what you might be forgetting to include in your cost.
- Why it’s hard to put a price on handmade.
Now if you haven’t done so already, click on that play button at the top of the page to hear from Chantal!
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Links & Resources
@Knitatude and @noshitbiztips on Instagram
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