I'm not a good one to ask on that. All of my ensembles are one - of - kind original designs. Fabrics are not average fabrics and each piece is hand finished with couture detailing and techniques. The 'Night at the Opera' ensemble sold for over $100. However I do know those who make 18" doll clothes to sell at craft fairs. The one friend figures 2-1/2 times the supplies. Because doll clothes are so labor intensive it is difficult to realize a monetary value for your labor. My 'gimmick' is one of a kind, unusual and sumptuous fabrics, unusual embellishment, fully lined where feasible, all with couture (hand) finishes and detailing. I also package my ensembles in polypropylene 'bags' with all pieces attached to a white med weight cardboard. Some "collections" I box in tissue lined boxes. This avoids damage from unwanted hand oiks, dirt, and needless wear.