For LOLs fermenting elderberry wine in the basement, as well as the dress designer who's reached a marketable level of...

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HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH YOUR CRAFTS

For LOLs fermenting elderberry wine in the basement, as well as the dress designer who's reached a marketable level of professionalism and wants a go at turning a sometime skill into a money-making business. But there's somewhat more to it than hanging out a ""Lemonade 5-cents a Glass"" sign, what with the myriad complexities of licensing and zoning, bankers, accountants and loans, taxes, realistic pricing to be determined, wholesalers to hassle, buyers to buttonhole (one begins to appreciate just how those exquisite handmade patchwork quilts have finally begun to turn up in chic boutiques) even before that day business prospers enough to take on staff (another happy problem). If it all doesn't scare the bejesus out of a prospective entrepreneur, Clark's is the best dollars-and-commonsense guide around.

Pub Date: Jan. 24, 1973

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Publisher: Morrow

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1973