Please be sure you understand our terms and conditions when using our patterns.
WARNING - many systems now offer software to convert our pattern files and remove all copyright and comments.
While it is inconvenient for the user, if this is the case, you MUST retain the picture of the pattern file and the NOTES file as a companion to the file you convert.
This is so you will have a copy of any special instructions that are in the pattern files and have all the copyright info.
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE for files that do not correctly convert. Our pattern files work perfectly on all systems listed below and are professionally formatted to do so!
I can't say it strong enough but please be sure you understand our terms and conditions before using our patterns.
The following systems are DIRECTLY supported and there is no need to convert. All these formats also contain embedded copyright and notes. In some cases, all the notes cannot be displayed, so it is important that you keep the enclosed NOTES file with the patterns:
The enclosed patterns are Copyrighted 2009-2013 by Alice Boothe. Please familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions of our patterns before using them. Our official website is Quilting-Tidbits
Please address any questions regarding copyright or report violations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LICENSEE - The licensee shall be a SINGLE INDIVIDUAL purchaser or their agent who is an actual person and not a corporate, business or organizational identity which would be comprised of multiple users.
EXCEPTION - If the copyright MUST be removed to allow for the file to function, the licensee must retain the image file provided with the pattern, retain the name of the pattern when converting and keep the image supplied by Alice Boothe in the same folder as the converted pattern AT ALL TIMES. It is also recommended but not required that the licensee retains the TXT version of the file so that they have access to the comments on how to use the pattern file.
The Licensee may not put patterns on a "machine for hire" or in any other place that would allow anyone but the LICENSEE access to said patterns. IF licensee wishes to enter into the manufacture of goods using the enclosed patterns, they must consult with Quilting-Tidbits and/or Alice Boothe regarding royalty fees. Licensee may use images of the patterns on their website or in other advertising material provided that credit for the designs are clearly given, to Quilting-Tidbits.com.
Licensee may not display the images any larger than they are displayed on Quilting-Tidbits.com. Please use the GIFS and JPGS as provided on the website, or that are enclosed with the pattern.
This pattern may be provided in multi-format for various systems. Please be sure to read the enclosed Terms and Conditions of Patterns file (above) if you have not already so that you understand our copyright! In addition, you might find the "Which File Should I Use for My System" also handy.
You should not use a smaller size and make it bigger by more than 150%. Generally speaking, you should use the larger one and make it smaller! Some users report that they can resize patterns quite large (200 - 250%), but we suggest that you stitch out a sample first when resizing by such a large amount, either large to small or small to large!
PLEASE call us if you ever experience any difficulties. We will be happy to assist you with any of our patterns! Thanks.
Alice Boothe - Pattern Designer
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I bought the pattern from you for the Alec's Civil War quilt and it is coming along great. But I have 1 question, did you quilt through the screen printed soldier pictures or just quilted around them. Thank You,
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Alice, your quilts, to say the least, are a big hit; A HUGE HIT. My mother-in-law, Jeff's mom, was just floored, astounded, and delighted. I took all three quilts for my 67-year-old mother and almost 91-year-old grandmother to look at, both of whom have quilted before, and they were blown away.
They are particularly picky people, too. My grandmother kept saying, "I have never seen anything like this! She knows her stuff!” She even wanted me to take pictures of them to show the family at Easter. They are gorgeous and just so wonderful. That said, I think I am going to ask you to make ONE MORE QUILT for me. Thank you so much again. Website looks wonderful.
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Thanks Again, Kim