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There are two books you might want to look at. The Woodworker's Guide to Pricing Your Work: How to Calculate the Value of Your Time, Materials and Craftsmanship to Make Money from Your Woodworking. Here is a link to Amazon.com's webpage for this book. http://www.amazon.com/Woodworkers-Guide-Pricing-Your-Work/dp/1558703721/ref=sr_1_17?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1230404973&sr=8-17
The other book is: Profitable Woodworking: Turning Your Hobby into a Profession Amazon.com link: http://www.amazon.com/Profitable-Woodworking-Turning-Hobby-Profession/dp/1561581224/ref=pd_rhf_p_t_1
I have the first book. I have scanned through it but have not had a chance to actually read it. I'm still setting up my shop in our new house so i'm not even close to where I can even think about sell my projects.
I hope these are helpful.
Pinetree01, Thank you for the information you posted. I was able to go, check out the web site and get the book Woodworkers Guide Pricing your work..... I know this is going to be very helpful. I never seem to know how to price my crafts.. so this will be a good book for me..