Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Needlepoint Copying
Author: Jacob Levy Posted: 8/2/2000; 4:14:39 PM Topic: Needlepoint Copying Msg #: 19415 (In response to 19410) Prev/Next: 19414 / 19416
I'm not arguing that middlemen are needed here, I just have a problem with the math: A book of patterns costs $6 or $7, and it typically contains 30 or 40 patterns (just checked with my wife, so its probably accurate). That means that 60% of the price goes back to the creator of the patterns, if $0.10 per pattern is representative. It also means that the profit margin is hair-thin, because the publisher needs to pay for printing, distribution, advertizing and overhead out of the remaining $2 or $3.
Just a thought.
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- Re: Needlepoint Copying, Dennis Peterson, 8/3/2000; 6:28:31 AM
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