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Old 12-20-2007, 06:26 AM   #1
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where i could find this pattern and who did it????

i would like to do this for my bro - in - law for xmas

thx in advance for any info y'all may have

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Old 12-20-2007, 07:27 AM   #2
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I believe the designer is Sylvia Mendiola. She's one one of the managers of the MSN Group AFSP (groups.msn.com/absolutelyfreescrollsawpatterns). I thought she had this one in WTB but couldn't find it. You could contact her via the group.
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Please note that the pattern belongs to Sylvia and only she has the right to distribute it.
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I took that pattern off of AFSP, is that not pretty well distributed already? Was just trying to help another scroller. SORRY. Greg.
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Gosh Kevin, I didn't know that. that is cool. I have had this poster on my fence. it has been there for many years. I got it from Smart a Finale.( a resterant supply store) it was in with the other singns, Keep out, Private Property, Go Ahead Make my day. etc. Its funny how we don't know who makes things, till we ask. I will have to go see, and thank her for her pattern. your friend Evie
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Hi Big Sis,
Sylvia made the pattern, not the sign; the original image/concept is in the public domain...

Greg, no harm, no foul! If you had just posted a link to the pattern on AFSP, that would have been fine because Sylvia posted the pattern there (which is her right because she owns the copyright). But it's not cool to just distribute the patterns without Sylvia's permission.

Make sense? I know it seems like we're nitpicking because anyone could go to AFSP and get the pattern, but we're trying to make a point!

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Bob; no problem, point made.Greg.
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Sorry about this question, but i'm new here and i don't know lots of things, like rules, copy rights for the patterns, AFSP, can somebody tell me?

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Hello Sergio. If you click the "Search" menu option and type copyright (or what ever you like) in the field, you will find many threads on the subject of copyright, etc.
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1st off, many many thx for the repies in helping me find the pattern (i did find it on AFSP).

BUT im lost....

does me finding the pattern on AFSP and making 1 copy for my bro-in-law = distributing?

should the etiquette mean i should still be asking permission from her for that 1 project?

I do apologize for asking these questions but i am still considered new to the idea of finding/making patterns and copyrights. i dont want to find myself in trouble for doing the 'wrong thing' (but if you knew my bro-in-law you'd know its the perfect pattern for him lol).
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