Although all of my patterns and books are covered by the copyright and patents act, I realise that several of my customers would like
to be able to make a few items from my patterns to sell,
so I have decided to allow it again, as long as they stick to the following rules:
Make no more than 10 bags in a year to sell from any one Charlie’s Aunt pattern, and up to a MAXIMUM of 40 bags in total from
a combination of any of my patterns in a year. Please don’t make any more than this – I have more than 20 different sewing patterns
and it simply wouldn't be fair to buy 15 and make 10 of each, because you would be adopting my entire concept that way. If you intend
to make any more than 40 in a year, this would be deemed a big business and would be totally against the rules. Please respect this!
Write on each swing ticket and in all Etsy/online descriptions the following words: “This bag was made using a Charlie’s Aunt sewing
pattern designed by Emma Brennan”. A link to my Etsy shop would also be greatly appreciated. Please don’t put your own designer
labels in my designs – that isn’t fair!
Please have the courtesy to drop me a line to ask if you can make the bags to sell. This way I can keep track of who’s doing what
and I can hopefully persuade you to share photos of the bags you make on the Charlie’s Aunt Facebook site.
All items for sale must be handmade by you. Contracting with others to mass produce Charlie’s Aunt designs is STRICTLY
Distribution of the pattern pieces and corresponding instructions is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Please do not copy my patterns in any
way. The words, diagrams and pictures are covered by copyright and I will pursue anyone who infringes this.
Finally, please be respectful my designs and policies. Being allowed to make a limited number of bags from my patterns to sell is
a privilege and not a right.