[This is husband posting.]
Okay here’s the deal: You all know Danica’s super-creative and loves to sew. She’s made a lot of things for people, and I’ve been encouraging her to make them in bulk so we can sell them.
So here’s the deal. I’m posting this because Danica loathes the thought of selling bags. (Apparently her mother commanded her years ago to charge money for piano lessons, because she couldn’t bring herself to do it herself—there’s a trend somewhere there, and at some point she’s gonna have to get over it. Anyway, I digress…) So I told her, “Babe, make a bunch of bags, and I’ll ask around what they’re worth, set the price, and that’s that.”
So that’s how it works. It makes it easier for her, and it makes me a rich man! Muahahahahahah!
Well, not that rich. Because after all the time she spends on these things, and the money on fabric, supplies, books, etc…I’ve learned you don’t sew because there’s money in it.
So “I’m” charging $25. a bag for these smaller ones with a $4. s/h fee.
Now that’s a good deal!
Contact her with shipping info and she’ll let you know where to send a check. (First come first serve, and she’ll update this post as they sell—sorry in advance for a ghetto ecommerce system, but all my so-called “us time” is spent coding her other project!!!)
K. I asked her for a description:
“Here are six little handbags I designed and made. They’re made of new and re-purposed cotton fabrics and vintage trims, and top-stitched in contrasting thread. I lined them for a bit of stand-alone stability. Bags measure approximately 9″ wide at bottom, 6″ at top, and the handle hangs about 7″. All with small interior pocket, trimmed with coordinating fabric.”
To fame and fortune!