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Crochet Artists, You Want HOW Much?Construction Times for Projects
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Small Amigurumi (Doll): 1 - 10 hours
Medium Amigurumi: 6 - 40 hours
Large Amigurumi: 30 - 240 hours (depending on complexity)
Hats: 2 - 8 hours
Small Blankets: 24 - 168 hours
Large Blankets: 57 - 360 hours
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Crochet Artists, You Want HOW Much?
Ladies and gentlemen -- artists -- gather 'round, as we are going to discuss that hot-button topic nobody loves: How to price your crocheted goods. Aside from the obvious topics, such as materials cost, we will also be covering the subject of how you refer to your work, yourself, and your customers. It is my endeavor here to touch on all aspects of crochet creation, to enable you to accurately price your items and convey that the price is fair.
How do you, as a crocheter, define yourself? How do you refer to yourself to yourself and to others? Does it matter? Let me ass
11thDoctorXreader: You Think You're Everything"Unbelievable." A whisper escaped your lips as your eyes focused on the inanimate object ahead of you, about 20 metres away across the field behind your house.
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You ran downstairs as fast as you could, grabbing your coat and throwing on a pair of boots as you practically threw yourself out the back door, standing at the fence bordering the field as you waited, anxiously flicking your nails.
Within seconds, a figure appeared from the blue glowing box and paused, seeing you standing there watching, and just visible in the darkness, smiled.
Your expression was blank as your eyes watered. This was too much.
"Hello!" The Doctor beamed, running over as he waved his hands excitedly.
Your less-than-murmured response was enough to stop him being so happy.
"(Y/n)..." He walked a little quicker, stopping in front of the fence as he peered into your eyes.
You turned away, moving your hands off the fence when he went to hold them.
"What-" He began, his expression a little lost.
You folded your arms.