This is a digital file
Pattern Only - Not a Finished Item!
This is an ebook reproduction of a vintage 1950's knitting pattern in the public domain from a pattern that I had purchased. I've digitally remastered the pattern to make it more readable. I would rate this knitting pattern as intermediate, which means some experience with knitting & crochet is required & could be challenging to a beginner.
It requires the use of DK yarn (also called light worsted), 4.0 mm knitting needles, stitch holder or safety pin and a 4.0 mm crochet hook. Measures to fit a 6 cup teapot.
You will receive a PDF file of the reproduced pattern, not the original pattern or a finished knitted item.
Note to Etsy: This pattern came from the public domain, therefore no laws or copyrights have been broken in the sale of this pattern. However, this digital format is under copyright and may not be reproduced without permission. I, Shari Cowling of Wee Designs am the author of this ebook and hold the copyright to it.
©2007-2016 Shari Cowling: Wee Designs
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Due to the nature of digital delivery items, there will be no returns or refunds accepted for these items.
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It is always ok for you to sell items you make from my original patterns at craft fairs, fund raisers or consignment sales, as long as you do not label with the Wee Designs name or trademarked logo.
I also ask that out of courtesy to me that you do not mass produce them or sell the finished items on the internet, as I sell the finished items online too.
It is a copyright violation to claim my designs as your own, re-sell my patterns without a license, share them in any way (including, but not limited to, sharing the links to download the patterns from or distributing photocopies of downloaded patterns), give them away for free, or post my patterns on the internet.
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