valesparza posted this lovely creation of the coffee date dress:
“I love your dress, but I think that elainemay could sue you. You shouldn’t sell product that is not your pattern.”
What are the rules here? What is legal? Has this anything to do with “open source sewing” or does “open source sewing” simply mean, that I am allowed to modify an open source pattern and post the changes?
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