How will these affect Burdastyle?
For the Design Piracy Prohibition Act, read more: http://www.fashion-incubator.com/archive/fashion-incubator-a-good-idea-while-it-lasted/ If even big names are being caught on this, what price the small independent designers? How will it affect Burdastyle’s open source work ethic?
The CPSIA may be relevant if you want to make clothing for kids: http://www.fashion-incubator.com/category/cpsia/
Can you REALLY test every single component you put into a garment for a child, for all the safety features they mention? The way this is worded, it could apply to presents as much as things you make to sell, and it looks like it could be a nightmare for small time dressmakers like myself, if I worked in or sold to the USA…
Can of worms, anyone? Neither is new, but they have troubled me for some time.
For me it is well drafted and the design is cool. Love it. –
You can add either a lace or just piece of cloth. –
All you have to do is to search at any search engine there plenty in there. –
This is great and I am so thankful for sharing this ideas. –
What part are you in trouble in, I have not notice it here. –
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