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Old 01-02-2010, 03:17 PM   #11
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Why a new thread? If it is appropriate to this thread, and she made it up completely, then I see no reason to post it to a new thread. Personally I don't see what is so hard about putting a couple of softly curved flaps onto the bottom of a hat, which I never use a pattern for, and I make loads of them! 3, in fact, this week! I make them from my "waste" angora fiber which is lumpy bumpy yarn. These "seconds" hats sell instantly as soon as I set them out at fleece fairs, etc. I've never used a pattern yet. Just make it up as I go.
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Old 01-02-2010, 04:21 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by fluffybunny View Post
Why a new thread? If it is appropriate to this thread, and she made it up completely, then I see no reason to post it to a new thread.
Because people who have already looked at this thread may not check it again and because not everyone reads every thread. If she puts it in a new thread the subject line can reflect what the pattern is and that it IS a pattern rather than a question. Lots of reasons why it's preferable. Make sense?

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earflap hat
I found this one: Bernat_SofteeChunkyweb9_kn_mittenshats.en_US.pdf search for family Family Mittens and Hats.
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(Not trying to start a new blog here,but) Maybe you should "expand" your explanation...I didn't know that scanning/sharing a pattern was an infrigement...Let's say that the party "pm'd" her without posting...I offer to do that all the time....
Copying a pattern and giving it to someone is akin to copying a CD, a DVD, a VHS, a book...all of these actions constitute copyright infringement.
The "artist" took the time to make the pattern, song, movie or story and copying/distributing it without paying the artist or asking for his/her permission is copyright infrigement.

If you PM/e-mail people on your own, that is your business. But when you offer on an open forum to share patterns, you put yourself and the web-site's owner(s) at risk for a law suit.
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