Saturday, August 08, 2009

Purse- take two


This one is super cute too! It again took me longer than I thought it would to make. Maybe I look at a purse and think, "It's so small, that won't take long." But in reality there are lots of steps in making a purse. This one had 20! Quilts are quick and easy to me. Wash, iron, cut, and sew. (Ok, there's a LOT more to it than that.)

So, which purse is your favorite? I was already asked by a friend how much I'd charge to make a purse for her. I truly don't know how to answer these types of questions. Here's a better one. How much would you pay for a hand made purse?

6 comments:

Nanci said...

I absolutely love the purse! But I have no idea how much you would charge. If it has 20 steps as you say, it would be quite expensive I would think.
I love your blog and am sure I will return to visit.

Susan said...

This one turned out super cute! If you really want to sell them, check out etsy.com to see what other people are selling similar pieces for.

Amy Y said...

I like them both but I think the first was my favorite. I would think you could charge around $40? That's my guess but I don't know for sure.

Paula Glover said...

I like this one best ... I wouldn't go by Kansas prices, look around in New Jersey :) But if I see something like this, I'll let you know.

Scylla said...

I love this one even more.

I would pay at least $40.00 for this purse, handmade.

Monica said...

I took a look at etsy, and they seem to be charging around $40 for this type of bag. I would figure out how much it cost you to make it, then factor in how much time it took.