It has been very interesting to see what people are buying. It is mostly small (no big price items have sold yet) and decorative in the sense of being easy to live with (calm country scenes, floral), wearables like scarves, covered books and cards. Dennie had some giclee prints made of some of her work, added small 'extras' like gold foil and wispy bits of felting, framed them and they have sold. It made the pieces cheaper than selling the original and is possibly worthy of thought. Framing is still the biggest expense and all my pieces were sold unframed. I feel justified because framing is a very personal choice and we had one customer who bought one of Liz's pieces and said straight out they were going to change the frame!
But what provoked this posting was that one of the pieces that I sold was "The day the boats came in"!!!! The other two were journal quilts "Harvest Moon" and "Crop Circles".