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Old 01-10-2011, 07:03 PM   #2
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Well, as for finding a business... have you checked your area for local yarn stores? I'm not talking Michael's, Walmart or Hobby Lobby but the real yarn stores, where all they sell is yarn and things to knit or crochet with. As for pricing... you really need to base your price off cost of supplies and your time. If you made the pattern, you also charge a little for the time consumed doing that. With the internet, it's easy to sell items. You would basically just have to make said item, then put it up on a site to sell (there are sites that either charge you a little per item or transaction or charge you when you sell). That's the simplest. You can also go to faires, conventions, etc. or can consign your stuff in someone's store.
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