Can you scale up a cross stitch pattern?

How do you enlarge a counted cross stitch pattern?

If you want your design to be larger, use a SMALLER count, such as 6-, 8- or 11-count Aida cloth, which has larger squares (fewer squares per inch) and will make your finished design larger. Remember, you will need to use 3 or even 4 threads when stitching on smaller count aida cloth.

Can you copyright a cross stitch pattern?

If the design was so basic as to not be really original, than the printed pattern itself (the page layout, charting, etc.) has copyright protection; but the copyright protection does not extend to the stitched piece.

How much fabric do I need to leave cross stitch?

All kits that I have ever purchased over many years only include a 2 inch border of fabric. As we all know, the rule of thumb for framing and finishing is 3+ inches at least.

Can I sell my finished cross stitch?

Did you know that you can actually sell your finished works after you are done? Yup, if you want to earn some extra money on ebay etc, stitch a masterpiece and put it up for sale! You can’t make copies of our charts to distribute but you can definitely sell your finished cross stitch work.

How do you price finish a cross stitch?

One of the most common and popular ones is shown below: Cost of Materials + Hourly Rate x time taken to complete project = cost of project + GST = Sale Price Using one of my projects as an example, this formula would look like: Materials: 148 DMC colours x $1.50 per colour = $222.

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How long does copyright last on patterns?

Generally, copyright lasts for 70 years from the year the material was created. However, if the work was made public before 1 January 2019 or within 50 years of creation, the period of protection is 70 years from the date the material was made public.