Out Of The Flames
Bead Work & Patterns By Lori Culligan
Terms Of Use

 

All patterns and jewelry photos are the property of Out Of The Flames. No reproduction of any kind will be permitted without the direct permission from me. The purchase of the pattern in no way constitutes permission to commercially utilize it's contents in anyway. All rights are reserved by Lori Culligan ( Out Of The Flames).

 

What you are permitted to do:

  • You may use the patterns you purchase to make the project as shown in the example.
  • You may change the bead colors, findings, etc., so the project suits your personal taste.
  • You can create the project from the instructions in the patterns as many times as you desire.
  • You can make it and donate it to charity auctions.
  • You may place the items you make into online auctions, sell at craft shows and from your own web site.
    I do ask that you name the designer of these pieces in the item's description when selling in an online environment. It is not the law that you do this. It is a request for the common courtesy of giving credit where credit is due. If you are selling projects made from my patterns, I may contact you and ask you to validate the purchase of a legal copy. This will be done by asking for information. The questions will pertain to the pattern, place of purchase, information that is included on the pattern pages, etc..
  • You may sell the project for pin money.
    Definition of Pin Money You, as in the person that has purchased the pattern, may make and sell the project that was completed using the pattern as a guide. You may not employ others to make or sell for you as this constitutes commercial use.

What you are not permitted to do:

These photos are copyrighted by the designer just like the patterns that they portray. I place photos on my site for the benefit and enjoyment of my visitors. 
  • You may not run off copies of patterns for the purpose of sharing, selling, adding to kits,or any other means of personal or commercial distribution.
    This is illegal reproduction and unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material and is in direct violation of my rights as the copyright holder. 
  • You may not teach a class using the patterns without direct permission from the designer of the pattern you intend to use.
  • You may not change up the pattern and then call it your own design.
    As the copyright holder we also own the rights to all derivative works made from these patterns. The 10% rule is a myth. If you have questions about the copyright law, please refer to the web site for the copyright office.