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1  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / Quilt Kit Sales Question on: May 07, 2007 01:21:36 PM
Hi, I have a question about selling quilting kits.  I make quilts out of second-hand and vintage fabrics with organic cotton batting, and I'm thinking about starting to make some kits up that let people do the sewing themselves. 

My question is whether or not I should make the kits "all-inclusive," meaning that I provide the batting, thread, backing, etc., or whether they should simply be fabric kits, in which I provide the coordinating cut pieces of fabric and maybe coordinating backing fabric and bias binding. 

I'd like to sell these kits at fairs and whatnot.  Ideas? THANKS!
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