Soooo... This will be my first time using interfacing. I googled it but it made it more complicated than it ever was. I currently live in Africa and we don't have that much choice as google tells me about interfacing. Today I could find two choices: one paper like and one cotton. Both has one side fusible BUT I need to sandwich it between two fabrics to make notebook covers and I am afraid the other side will bunch. Any solutions? I really have to make do with what I can find locally so I have to figure out this. If I sew the cotton side so both sides has fusible side exposed would it work? Or is there something I am missing? I am dead tired to make experiments at this moment (pregnant for 23 weeks) but my mind is racing with this project that's why I am asking here.. Thanks for your help..
This is somewhat simple but I am new in business I cannot make sense of it.
If I spend 900 (stand rent, flyers, shipping and remaining of the worker pay) for a 2 weeks long gig and made 2000 (excluding the daily expenses such as food and some payment for the workers), would it mean it is worth it? my husband previously made almost same amount of money in 40 days and his expense was around 400 . Now he wants to pursue this fair business but I think the costs compared to what we earn is too steep and not worth it since our prices are somewhat low (and that's the reason we could sell that much actually) and if we raise it we lose customers... What do you think?