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Mar 3, 2010 5:55 AM CST
Name: Laura
Olympia, WA
It's the money for tools and supplies that's the issue, too many hobbies and not enough money, and that's one of the more expensive. My DH wants to make hand built guitars, but same problem, maybe one of these days.

UniQueTreasures wrote: They just wouldn't have the same quality, or uniqueness that the ones we build specifically for each individual have. We like having a hands on approach to mold each piece to precisely fit.

At the very least they wouldn't be made to fit with that person; though I often end up with it the other way, I'll make something up with no purpose in mind, and then find just the right person for it.

Mom and I have talked about doing pre-made sales, and I'm not really opposed personally, but it's like what I said above, I'd want to make whatever felt right and have the right person find it, rather than trying to make things just because I think they'll sell, but it's hard not to "sell out" when you need money.
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