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How do I not violate copyright laws?   General Discussion

Started Feb-22 by sueinIL; 189 views.
judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Feb-22

Why didn't you use an old traditional pattern that has no copyright issues (Log Cabin, Shoo Fly, etc.)?

Why didn't you quilt it yourself?

Just keep the quilt and there's no problem.

bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

Feb-22

Definitely label the quilt with the original pattern name and designer!

i also list the name of the Longarm quilter.  Then put any other info you would like....and fabric and piecing by you.

id include that quilt was made for ....raffle .

think of the label as provenance of the quilt.  Down the line, the owner will have the info on where it came from.  Yes, yes!

sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Feb-22

Thanks, Ellen

My daughter has an embroidery machine, so she can make a label for me with all the pertinent info. I'll just hand stitch it to the quilt, and the eventual owner can keep the label or not.

Sue in IL

CC (ccase5)

From: CC (ccase5)

Feb-22

yes, label is the answer. it is donated so i see no problem. shouldn't be anyway. good for you in doing this.
bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

Feb-22

Your welcome Sue.  Your label will have the quilt history and that is a very good thing!

the guild just made an opportunity quilt, and the label gives the pattern, our guild as makers and the quilter.

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