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Permissions for Using My Patterns

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Some of you have asked for written guidelines on how the patterns found here may be used. These permissions have been provided, and, fortunately, there are very few limitations. I love seeing how many items are created for charity, sale and just personal use, and I certainly encourage you to keep making and using your beautiful things any way you see fit!

Please see the Using My Patterns page linked in the menubar above and at the end of each of my patterns for more details.


11 Comments to “Permissions for Using My Patterns”

  1. THANK YOU iknit and donate preemie hat’s bootie’s and jacket’s to a hospital in perth w.a .also i want to start knitting chemo caps for another hospital . so i hope it is alright to use your patterns ,GOD BLESS YOU .

  2. Saw your feather lace Chemo caps in a friend’s notebook. Went to site and discovered even more! Just made and gave 16 assorted caps to another friend whose daughter is in stage 4 bone/brain cancer. She’s keeping some and giving the rest to local cancer center.
    THANK YOU for such lovely designs!!!

  3. Love your Shell and Lace Shawl. I teach crochet in my Library in town and would love to use this pattern for the ladies who come to learn. I do not take any money, it is a free craft lesson the Library does for the year. I won’t be using this until the fall since we have some projects already lined up. Again I think this pattern will make a lovely project and the ladies will love it.

  4. This looks like a really nice baby blanket. I cannot believe that you only use knit and purl. I am making it for a baby shower gift. Thank you for taking time to share it with everyone!

  5. I would like very much to work so of your patterns, of course with your permission. Thank you so much. Betty

    • You are welcome to create projects with any of my patterns. You can keep, give or sell projects made with my patterns.

  6. would like to print the patterns for my own use and to teach my grand child.

  7. I started a knit/crochet group at my church. We started with 4 ladies and are now up to 13 ladies. It’s a great time for fellowship also. Our project now, is prayer shawls and lap robes. The lap robes will be donated to the VA hospital here in Sacramento, CA. Love your patterns. Thank you and God bless.

  8. Thanks so much for your page and generous permission to use your patterns. The no beginning chain patterns are wonderful, and I always get compliments when I’m crocheting in public. I’ve passed on information on this website to a colleague who teaches knitting and crochet to people with serious mental health challenges. Thanks again!

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