In 1994, I wrote a series of 3 articles about how to determine the selling cost of a knit product for Machine Knit America.  Even though that was a long time ago, the process is the same.  The only thing that is different is substituting the correct wages for today when you fill out the worksheets. When someone writes an article for a magazine, you are given guidelines for how long the article can be.  This topic had so much information for it to be valuable to the reader, that it was divided into the following three parts. You can find these articles and the worksheets on The Knit Tree Article page in the Selling and Marketing Knits category.

  • How Accurate is your Pricing? Discusses the Simple Equipment Needed Part 1
  • How Accurate is your Pricing? Discusses the Time/Study Worksheet Part 2
  • How Accourate is your Pricing? Discusses the Selling Cost Worksheet  Part 3