We all know that handmade garments hold an intangible value as something that was made by our own hands with a specific recipient in mind. But how do you place a monetary value on these garments? Steph from 3 Hours Past ponders this in a post on her blog, and shares the formula she uses to determine the cost to make a garment vs. the cost to buy already made. Go to her post to read her thoughts on this topic and to see how she figures the monetary value on her handmade garments.
[photo from 3 Hours Past]
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