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  1. First I'm going to start this post with an apology. I don't want anyone to be offended that I'm broaching a sensitive subject like pricing and customer loyalty, so if you don't want to share, that's fine. I've been quilting for others for a little over 10 years now. Most of the ladies that I have quilted for have been steady repeat customers. Before I had my computerized machine, and especially when I was really green, I charged about 1.5 cents per square inch for an all over panto. I know that's really low, but I figured that I was trying to grow my business and at the time I was ju
  2. Wow it has been a while since I visited the forum. Hope everyone of you are doing great. I am wanting to raise my rates but I have to say I am not in the know as with my busy schedule and I rarely visit my favorite forums anymore to keep up. What are the going rates now for ETE/ custom/. No big awards on my belt just lots of quilts and experience. Was wondering if any of the seasoned quilters took this plunge and how did your longtime customers respond? I am suffering from alittle burnout lately but not because I am tired of quilting but I want to QUILT my way for the most