Sandra, While everyone's situation is different I'll give you my basic pricing structure. My basic production "wages" is $60 an hour (a common service wage). I figure that I spend probably an equal amount of production time (stitching) as non-production time (accounting, ordering, etc.) so this accounts for an income of $30 per hour before taxes. That in saying, my fees are priced accordingly for embroidery. Any income from garments is bonus. As for garment markup; I double my cost for 1-11 pieces; 10% discount for 12-71 pieces (same style only--any combination of color & sizes, x-xl) and 20% discount for 72+ pieces. Embroidery is different. I don't discount until 72 pieces (10% and 20% for 144+ pieces). As for pricing for group fundraisers.....I may give the 20% discount (garments & embroidery) without the quantity but usually nothing more unless I'm personally involved. Hope this helps! Dorothy Compton Bee Embroidered _www.BeeEmbroidered.com_ (http://www.beeembroidered.com/) (916) 635-7467 Rancho Cordova, CA In a message dated 4/13/2006 2:07:14 PM Pacific Daylight Time, aece@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes: While we're on the subject of pricing (kind of anyway), I'd appreciate anyone sharing: 1. how you figure mark up garments 2. what your net profit %age goal is, or what the industry standard is and 3. how your price garments for a group fundraiser I'm working up prices to offer groups that want to purchase items for resale and would really appreciate hearing from others on this. I don't want to discount myself into the poor house! Thanks so much! Sandra Walker A&E Custom Embroidery 936.588.1015 800.291.6953 We make your life more colorful...and your business more visible!