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Bee Sampler by Robin Kingsley

Posted by teresa_baker (My Page) on
Wed, May 7, 08 at 10:35

Hello! I was recently looking through the June 1999 issue of BH&G Cross Stitch and Needlework magazine. I saw an article on Robin Kingsley featuring a "Bee Sampler" that I really liked. Unfortunately, the pattern wasn't included in the magazine. I have emailed Robin but she doesn't have the pattern. Does someone have it that may be able to scan it and email to me? Thanks SO much. I appreciate any help anyone can provide.


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RE: Bee Sampler by Robin Kingsley

Robin Kingsley is represented by Imaginating Inc. Her designs including "Bee Free" are available on www.imaginating.com.


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RE: Bee Sampler by Robin Kingsley

Teresa,
It is illegal to scan and email copywrite protected
patterns.

Judy


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RE: Bee Sampler by Robin Kingsley

Good point Judy. I really wasn't focussing on the legality when I responded. I was thinking that a designer is not likely to send out free patterns when the patterns are still commercially available. Of course they make exceptions for some classes and non-profit activities. Otherwise, I support the notion that designers should expect compensation for their work. This notion - and the law you pointed out - are a real problem when the pattern is no longer in print.


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RE: Bee Sampler by Robin Kingsley

Hi Teresa,
I have a super cute bee sampler by Robin Kingsley that was published in a cross stitch magazine. I also have 2 magazines, please let me know if you are interested.


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