The links to the current project files and patterns sheets are on the page
I would love to see photos of any projects using my designs.
Leave a comment below and I will contact you and you can send photo by return mail.
Please be aware that I own the copyright to these designs, and if you are unsure about what you are permitted to do please read the full notice below.
Using Virtual Quilt designs
Many of the virtual quilt designs are easy enough to copy, and if you have EQ you can recreate a design with EQ in the title by finding the blocks in the block library. If the quilt is for your yourself or a private gift no permission is required, but if you post photos on the web or exhibit the quilt I would appreciate acknowledgment as the designer.
You do require permission to sell quilts using these designs, but if you leave a comment below permission will almost always be forthcoming. All you need to do is ask.
Whatever the quilt is for I would love to see a photo. If you post it on the web somewhere, let me know so I can have a look and link to it, or leave a comment here and I will reply by email so you can attach a photo to a reply.
Everything on this site is
Copyright Judy Butcher 2008 – 2012
All words, pictures and diagrams on this site are covered by international copyright law.
This will help explain what you are not allowed to do and what you are permitted to do under copyright law.
Any patterns or other item purchased or free downloads taken from this site are for your personal,
non-commercial use, and are not to be distributed in part or total in any form.
The only copy you may make is a working copy, to cut apart or mark while working on a project.
Permission may be granted for you to use designs to make items for sale, providing each item is individually made by the seller, or if proceeds of sale will be donated to charity, but please ask.
Permission is usually granted for shops and independent tutors to teach classes and workshops based on the patterns, but each student must have their own purchased copy of the pattern, either purchased independently or in bulk by the shop or tutor. Bulk rates may be available to approved shops and tutors.
Permission may be granted for shops and individuals to prepare packs but a complete purchased copy of the pattern must be included as part of the kit. Bulk rates may apply.
You should always ask permission before exhibiting a project made using a copyrighted pattern, and the designer must always be acknowledged on or near the item, anywhere the item is displayed, and also anywhere photos of the item are published eg catalogues, magazines, internet.
Always remember that if you are not using original copies of books, patterns or any other item protected by copyright you may be taking away income from the copyright owner, and you are placing yourself at risk of prosecution.
Providing the copyrighted material is complete you may lend it, or give it away, but you must not own a copy unless you also posses the original. You are not permitted to copy it for someone else, or allow it to be copied.
It is important to remember that buying a copyrighted item does not buy
any of the rights granted to the copyright owner of that work.