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We'll bring you right back here when you're done. That way you maximize your marketability to each possibly rare individual customer. I don't think I'd pay more than that because, realistically, scrunchies even interesting ones are not a hard-to-find item. The quantity discount idea is very good. I'm not in the market for scrunchies, but maybe four to six bucks? At something like a fair, I'd say that five bucks is around the impulse-item threshold, and that's probably where you want to be. Maybe something like six apiece, two for ten, five for twenty.
Yours, to be honest, don't look all that useful.
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They seem more decorative than functional I have long hair; those wouldn't restrain it. I'm not critting your crochet work; it's fine. I'd say they're worth a couple of bucks as a "home-made" hair decoration. Sold at 10 for 6 dollars, you'd probably find buyers. If I thought the money was going to charity, maybe a little more. My hair is huge and while I do use scrunchies for tying up my hair when I sleep, my concern would be whether this scrunchie would stretch enough to get it all.
Definitely seed a few in the hair of women near your table, or wear several in your hair in a Mindy Cohn style to grab people's attention, and then maybe all your hair in a single scrunchie at the nape of your neck to show how well they stretch. Also, have a mirror at your table.
Big Bang Theory, 2x18 The Work Song Nanocluster, performed quite an insightful analysis of the economics of handmade hair accessories. You might find it useful and entertaining to see that I would assume you were trying to clear out your yarn bag, so, not much. Figure 20 minutes to make one. That's three an hour. Of course, if you enjoy making these, your labor has an added intangible value.
People don't actually wear those anymore, do they? Scrunchies are fairly 90's and it's been a LONG time since I knew anyone who would put one of those in her hair. I think people still wear decorative hair ties.