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February 13, 2018

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Jo

Congratulations on your new book! You are the second blogger to extol the virtues of the new Vogue Knitting Book— guess I’ll have to check it out.

Rebecca (A Raging Purlwind)

Thank you for sharing this review! I am an aspiring designer and I am so excited about all I can learn from this book. Also I’m a recent reader of your blog and I am loving it! You mentioned using a stitch dictionary for your patterns and I wanted to know how that works with copyright? I want to expand from using the more standard patterns and only haven’t for fear of violating copyright. Do you know what to do in this case when designing your own patterns? Any advice would be so appreciated!

Wendy

Rebecca, as a general rule, you can use stitch patterns from stitch dictionaries without attribution. They are in the public sphere. You don't have to make up your own. Feel free to use any stitch pattern from my stitch dictionaries! (Or anyone else's!) I hope this helps.

Rebecca (A Raging Purlwind)

Thanks for your help, Wendy! I just bought the latest edition of Vogue Knitting because of your review and now I’m saving up for a stitch dictionary! ☺️

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