Saturday, December 29, 2012

A question

Hopefully now that the Christmas season is over, I will get to blog a little more. Until then, I have a question. I have a lot of cross stitch charts and I need to get rid of them so I can get more! LOL! I tried ebay, but that takes up too much time and I don't want to just throw them in a garage sale box. What do you think about a pattern pass-along? People would sign up and then I would mail a package of charts. You can take one or more charts, but you must put one or more back in and mail to the next person. But, would that violate some sort of copyright laws or whatever? To me, it's just like offering them to a friend or selling them in a garage sale. Opinions? Anyone interested? I have a wide variety of charts, too. Well, will see what the comments are like and then I will let you know. Hopefully, we can start a little trade here, Thanks! Pictures coming soon - major holiday stitching!!!


  1. A pattern trade sounds like fun! As I understand it, you wouldn't be violating copyright as long as you are sending original patterns (no PDFs) and not keeping a copy for yourself.

  2. The pattern pass along sounds like fun to me. You might have to limit the amount people could take. Maybe people would like to add to the patterns as they were passed along.

  3. I think it's a great idea - I have a small stack od patterns that need new homes, but I have no stitching friends. I've sent some out as RAKs, but don't want the recipient to feel obligated in any way to send something back. This would be a great solution for me. If you decide to go ahead, I'd be happy to join in, and would love to hear from you.