I like to think that one person can make a difference (good or bad) in this world. Because of this, I often will email embroidery design websites to ask them to remove their designs that violate copyright/licensing laws. Sometimes I feel I have succeeded.
Edit: May 19, 2018 I received my order -- just as it was described online. Woot! Another good place to shop online. :) Have any of you ever ordered from a company called: Aiming for Accuracy Pattern Co.? They have a button sister site that is called:
***Cuties*** Users ask ~~ Can I advertise here? ~~ Can I tell people where to buy my designs? ~~ Can I add links to my website, Facebook or Etsy account here? Please read the Terms and Conditions with links found on every page. Here is a line f
Updated with a post from Daleen Lubbe -- FYI April 13, 2018 Edited April 15, 2018 I have added the post from her moderator. Please let her get better. If folks ask in other forums, let them know to be patient with her please.
After reports of illegally offered designs, we asked Secrets of Embroidery (the design mall) what their policy is on their shops offering illegally digitized designs from their shop owners. This was their answer: "Here is a copy of our copyrig
**Cuties** A gentle reminder -- never "share" embroidery designs. There must be a new wave of embroidery collectors out there.... Several websites/groups are having to remind users not to share designs. Some are offering to "share" openly. Please reme
***Cuties*** be careful with your personal information you share online -- especially in an open forum (meaning anyone online can read posts) like this one. There are quite a few Cute members that have given enough information, here in this forum, that I
Sad News for fabric -- not sure how this will affect our ability to find good fabrics. "Free Spirit Fabrics to Be Shut Down by Coats Effective Immediately" ... including Tula Pink, Kaffe Fasset, Amy Butler, Anna Maria Horner, and Denyse Schmidt. A