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May 1, 2018 01:14:15   #
kittygritty (a regular here)
 
from Mamainastitch blog

http://idealme.com/coolspringknits?affiliate=mamainastitch
 
May 2, 2018 08:01:39   #
cabingirl2006
 
Anyone order this I did and had to contact company because the file created 36 individual patterns and 6 folders which had no pattern files in it
CHECK your download see if there is anything in your 6 folders
May 2, 2018 08:51:49   #
Rhonda Abernethy (a regular here)
 
I don’t understand how paid patterns (from Ravelry) can legally be collected and then resold as a “bundle “. Don’t think this is a legitimate option to buy.
May 2, 2018 12:40:31   #
kittygritty (a regular here)
 
Rhonda Abernethy wrote:
I don’t understand how paid patterns (from Ravelry) can legally be collected and then resold as a “bundle “. Don’t think this is a legitimate option to buy.


I will pass on your 2 comments to the blogger. I don't believe she herself put it together. I will comment back.
May 2, 2018 13:17:08   #
cabingirl2006
 
cabingirl2006 wrote:
Anyone order this I did and had to contact company because the file created 36 individual patterns and 6 folders which had no pattern files in it
CHECK your download see if there is anything in your 6 folders


ALL IS GOOD seller apologized and corrected the situation
if it happens to anyone else the individual patterns are listed for download under the zipped file once you have PAID
May 2, 2018 14:32:43   #
eneira12 (a regular here)
 
Thank you
 
May 2, 2018 15:06:21   #
kittygritty (a regular here)
 
Rhonda Abernethy wrote:
I don’t understand how paid patterns (from Ravelry) can legally be collected and then resold as a “bundle “. Don’t think this is a legitimate option to buy.


I emailed the blogger, Jessica. All those Ravelry designers gave permission for their patterns to be in the bundle. I was sure they had. Jessica herself doesn't "own" the bundle but no way would she have posted it if it weren't legal.
 
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