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Devonna Lynn wrote
on 16 Mar 2013 5:35 PM

How many quilts or fabric art items should be made before advertising them for sale?

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Butter-Ball wrote
on 25 Mar 2013 4:32 AM

To me it depends entirely how one is going to market them, Devonna. If using an online shop like Etsy, one would need at least six to a dozen articles to begin with so that the shop has some presence and seems "full". I find that people want to have some choice - colour, design, size, etc. For a market, depending on the market, one usually needs more so that any gaps can be filled straight away. 

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jane davila wrote
on 27 Mar 2013 1:47 PM

I agree, although it depends on where you are selling. If you are advertising one thing on a blog you could just have the one thing and add a Buy It button to that post, but if you have an Etsy store you'll want an assortment. If you're creating a stand-alone website, complete with shopping cart you may want more. It will also depend on what it is that you're selling. If the item has a lot of variations - size, color, etc - you might have less initial items. Can you give us more information about what you're selling and where you're planning to sell it?



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editor, Quilting Arts In Stitches emagazine

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