I put this at the end f a discussion so i think it has been missed, i was just wondering about the types of patterns you can upload and if there are copyright rules by using patterns from another site, even if they are free. I still might be asking the obvious, but the only daft question is the one not asked – Patterns posted by members, should these be totally our own design, whether inspired by other patterns and bodged or our own imagination. i have noticed rather a lot of patterns from Modern Sewing posted recently, i know because i have made a couple of them, over the last year or so, it looks to me that the credit has been taken by the person posting them. My total apologies if i am wrong, but surely if everyone started to post free patterns from other sites we are going to be totally swamped. The site is great, but if these patterns are inappropriate it will start to annoy me.
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