I agree with kelle0302 in that I take the cost of my yarn & double it. I usually use very baby friendly yarns such as Red Heart Baby Soft or the Bernat Baby Yarns since these are soft but yet can be washed in a washer & dried in a dryer. The cost of these aren't much but yet in the patterns I use I am now fetching $35 to $45 a blanket & haven't had any complaints on that price. I keep a stash in the closet so that when someone calls at the last minute I have them there. I am very lucky that the ladies I sell to you know the value of a hand made item.
Jody in Powder Springs, GA
Mom of Alyssa(22) & Allen(19) & two spoiled Chihuahua's - Stitch (10) & Gizmo (7) Grandma to Hunter (8)
Big Cowl #154 by Paton
Socks! Socks! & more Socks! for me for winter. I drive a school bus. BRRRR!! CROCHETING:
Crocheted Afghan in Red Heart Camouflage
Crocheted Afghan in Red Heart Shocking Pink
Ballet Wrap Sweater with Ovation Yarn; this thing keeps stareing at me to pick it back up. Braided Wrap with Therapy Yarn.