Heather's Free Tatting Patterns


Friday, October 23, 2009


Since we will be selling things online it will have to be your own original designs or any of mine which can be found on my blog www.thetarnishedtatter.blogspot.com or on my website http://www.freewebs.com/heathersdesigns2003/ anything is welcome to be tatted for the sale. I dont want any trouble from people with their copyrighted patterns, Mind you mine are copyrighted but I am giving permissions to be sold for this. 
Any and all help is greatly appreciated Once the Hearts for Tracy pattern is approved by my tester it will be available 


Crazy Mom Tats! said...

You can use my dainty heart pattern - makes a cute bookmark and could raise a few bucks for the cause!

Miranda said...

Hey Heather, just to let you know, the designer of the motif I made specifically says, "You may use the patterns to create pieces to sell or give away" so that one should be OK. I can try to find out about the heart and the bookmark.

*♥* Heather *♥* said...

Thank you Crazy Mom... Miranda Thanks Well the items I already have that are copy written I am still not sure what to do with them I may end up sending them back because I dont want to sell it online and get in trouble... We will see what happens with it all...

Krystle said...

Honestly I don't think anyone can prevent you from selling something made from their pattern. The Copyright law only covers the printed version of the pattern in whatever format it was copyrighted. When people state that you cannot sell something from a pattern they've done, it's really a preference, you can legally do whatever you wish with something you've made. If you choose to respect a person's wishes than that's up to you. So I wouldn't worry about it so much :-) You just keep going doing what you are doing. Way to go helping out!

That's just my two cents for the day

Ladytats said...

Hi Heather, Krystle is right, the only thing a copyright covers is the pattern itself on the paper.
Whatever you make from that pattern becomes yours, it of course would be polit to ask permission, but you don't really need to.

are you going to put the doily I made up for sale?