That's the comment I got from a crocheter recently on my Lifetips site in response to a tip on how to price your crocheted goods (a rough starting point: calculate the cost of the materials you used and multiply by three). She said she never knew how to price her items and that she gets a million compliments but very few buyers. Pricing is such a tricky part of running a crafts business. We all know that the love and labor that go into making items is incalculable and that the cost of materials alone often doesn't really capture the value of the finished product. But, the "problem" is how much are others charging?! If you are creating something really unique, then you get to set the standard, but the rest of us really do have to take into account the prices of comparable goods (I know, how can something else compare to what you are making, but buyers don't necessarily think that way). I vaguely remember from econ class that there is this phenomenon called "Giffen goods", where the more you charge, the more demand grows! Suffice to say, especially these days, that's a rare phenomenon.
So, your action item for today is to do some research and see how much three successful sellers are charging for their items and see if you need to make any price adjustments to yours. Now, I'm not necessarily suggesting that you should, as a result, drastically drop your prices (because, once dropped, it's really hard to raise them again). Instead, first try experimenting with discounts, BOGO (buy one, get one free), gift with purchase, or other types of value-enhancing strategies. Hope this helps those of you struggling with the right mix of products and pricing!