I'm terrible at naming quilts, but looking at the colors I realize I must be wishing for spring.
I just finished these last week. And - yes - they look identical, but aren't quite.
This quilt is slightly wider (the middle row of white rectangles is "taller" in this view,
and the bindings are different fabric, though both black and white.
The backs also are pieced differently, and you can see that both are grid-quilted with different spacing.
I know, I know. If I had Mad Writing Skillz I'd go back and reword some of that and find a synonym for "different", but I'm not going to.
Both quilts have the same set of fabrics, with a very vivid spring green and an indigo that leans to purple more than blue. They've both been through the wash (and dryer) twice, and have that puckery, wrinkly, crinkly, quilty goodness.
What they don't have are owners.
I'm hoping to sell them.
So here's my question:
What do you think is a fair price range?
Each quilt has about $30 worth of materials, and about ten hours of my time.
Which would price them too high.
After washing, the quilts finished at 41x46 (the first quilt) and
38x46 (the second), which is a good size for a crib quilt.
All the materials and batting are 100% cotton, with the possible exception
of the stripey binding, which may be a cotton-poly blend.
Both are machine pieced and quilted,
but the bindings are finished by hand.
They can be machine washed (don't require special care).
What do you think?