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Old 08-13-2007, 05:58 PM   #11
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So what exactly are the copyright laws on those? Can I make them and sell them? ...

Hey Silver! As usual, you're doing some amazing work!! Thanks for the beautiful free patterns
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Old 08-13-2007, 06:02 PM   #12
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You're truly awesome! Thanks for all you do to make knitting so much fun!
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Old 08-13-2007, 06:42 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by kbagel View Post
I was going to make an Irish Hiking Scarf but now I'm going to make you scarf instead!
Originally Posted by stirsmommy View Post
Ok Tonight is about frogging the IHS. I want it reversible. How cool is that?? YOu rock!!!!!!
Wow, I'm flattered!! I want everyone to know that this scarf was inspired by the IHS, but I wanted it reversible, so that's what I did. Then I got some inquiries about how I did it, so I asked for Adrian's (@ Hello Yarn) permission before publishing mine. She only asked that I name it something different. I just figured that others might like to make a reversible scarf too... and apparently I was right. I just hope she doesn't feel like I'm stealing her thunder. Totally not my intention.

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So what exactly are the copyright laws on those? Can I make them and sell them? ...
Actually, you can. Here's the copyright info...
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All content and photos are Kristin Bellehumeur. All rights reserved. You may print this pattern for personal, non profit use, as long as it is printed from www.cometosilver.com. And yes, you may sell your knitted, super cool reversible cable scarf! But it's better as a gift.
I'm not one to agree with that "you can't sell your knitted work" rule. Maybe I would feel different if some big company started making and selling them... but right now, I'm a young and naive pattern writer.
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Old 08-13-2007, 06:52 PM   #14
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Silver, that is awesome!!!!!!!!! I just finished my 2nd IHS and now I KNOW there's a 3rd in my future!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I placed a link on my blog (right under your sock link). Is it OK to share with the IHS KA blog?
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I placed a link on my blog (right under your sock link). Is it OK to share with the IHS KA blog?
Yep! Fine by me... thanks!
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Silver,

Thought you'd like to know, there's a typo on the Palindrome:

says "marvel at it's reversiblness"

P.S.: I'm MARVELING!!!!!!!!!!! I don't get HOW it makes it reversible, but I'll have to put it OTN to see!
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Originally Posted by Arielluria View Post
Silver,

Thought you'd like to know, there's a typo on the Palindrome:

says "marvel at it's reversiblness"

P.S.: I'm MARVELING!!!!!!!!!!! I don't get HOW it makes it reversible, but I'll have to put it OTN to see!
Yeah, it was supposed to be a little kooky tounge-in-cheek mispell, but you're the third person who's pointed that out. So apparently I'm not as funny as I am in my own head.

I'll change it to "reversibility". But it's booooring.
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Hey, yeah, I actually figured that you'd let us sell them. I'm so excited about that, and I was kinda making a joke. lol
In any case, you rock!
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there soooo nice. thanks for makeing this.
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So that's what you did with that sale SWS yarn!!!
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