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#1 posted 11-20-2016 12:40 AM

Keep in mind that if a store sells them they’re going to double the price. That may mean that you have to lower your price.

I feel for you, it’s a tough game. Everyone one wants a deal and cheap. Doesn’t matter if it’s a spoon or a table saw. Say you split a log, shape a chunk and carve a spoon, fifty bucks an hour multiplied by your time equals how much?

Paul Sellers has a blog post somewhere about people wanting cheap. Robin Wood—a carver—has an interesting post that may help answer, or at least ponder your query. Sorry I don’t have the link.

Btw, I’d be interested in what tools you use. I’m in the market for an axe.

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