Can I sell finished amigurumi I made from your patterns?

For my original designs that’s an easy answer: Yes you can! In my opinion, your finished ami is completely yours to do with as you want; it’s a product of your hard work after all.
I would appreciate it very much if you could credit me as the designer of the pattern in the item description or on the price tag. Also, I absolutely love to see what people make from my patterns, so feel free to pass me a link to your amis here or via Rav. :)

For fan-craft patterns of existing game/cartoon/movie/etc characters it’s a bit more complicated. I can’t and won’t forbid you from selling them, but keep in mind that the company holding the copyright/trademark for the character can stop you, since you’re making money off their intellectual property. Some companies are fine with individuals selling handmade crafts of their characters; others aren’t. To avoid disappointment and possible legal actions, I would strongly advise you to do your own research first and decide for yourself whether selling is a good idea or not.

Things that are not okay with me are reprinting or reselling my patterns (i.e. the actual pdf file with instructions and photos).
If you have a blog and would like to share one of my patterns with your audience, please point them to the item in my Ravelry store so they can download it themselves; don’t post the whole pattern on your own website.


I love your plushies but I can’t crochet. Do you take commissions?

Currently not, sorry. I’ve accepted commissions in the past and might do so in the future, but right now I just don’t have the time for it.

2 thoughts on “FAQ

  1. hi!your designs are awesome, and you have a very comprehensive pattern that is easy to follow for us beginners…..
    anyway, as much as I love other designers work…. I also wanted to make my own designs….just that my concern is if will I violate your copyright if I have a portion of your pattern into mine? like I want to write your head pattern to mine…..
    I would greatly appreciate it if you’ll let me…. thank you in advance….

    1. Thanks for your kind words! I’m gonna have to say though that I’m not really comfortable with you copying parts of my pattern into your own, sorry.

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